Media Relations / Fact Sheet
Facility: Sedgwick County Extension Education Center
Affiliation: Sedgwick County and K-State Research and Extension at Kansas State UniversityLocation:
7001 W. 21st Street N.
Wichita, KS 67205-1259
Opened: January 31, 1994
Size: 41,000 square feet / 12 acres
Owner: Sedgwick County
Architect: Law/Kingdon, Inc. / Wichita, KS
General Contractor: Conco, Inc. / Wichita, KS
Number of Employees: 30
Function: The Extension Education Center serves as the headquarters for all extension programs in Sedgwick County. The Extension agents, program assistants, nutrition assistants, support staff, and volunteers conduct educational programming for adult and youth residents of Sedgwick County. Areas of specialization include agriculture, home resources management, 4-H youth programs, horticulture, and community development.
K-State Research and Extension: Serves as are a partnership between Kansas State University and federal, state, and county governments, with offices in every Kansas county. KSRE conducts research through Kansas that is then shared by Extension agents and others on their Web sites and through numerous conferences, workshops, field days, publications, newsletters, and more.
KSRE Mission: "We are dedicated to a safe, sustainable, competitive food and fiber system and to strong, healthy communities, families and youth through integrated research, analysis and education."
KSRE Vision: K-State Research and Extension is committed to expanding human capacity by delivering educational programs and technical information that result in improved leadership skills in the areas of communication, group dynamics, conflict resolution, issue analysis, and strategic planning that can enhance the economic viability and quality of life in communities.