Melissa Fenton is a doctoral student in Youth Development and Family Science at the University of Florida. Her research interests include the well-being and relationships of non-college attending emerging adults. She is the former Extension Educator and Project Manager for Click2SciencePD. Melissa holds a Master of Applied Science degree from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln with a specialization in leadership education and a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln majoring in Child, Youth, and Family Studies. She developed and delivered professional development, collaborated with out-of-school time (OST) partners, and provided technical assistance and consulting services for Click2SciencePD. Melissa also has experience writing and developing curricula designed for youth audiences in both formal and informal educational environments. She collaborated with faculty members, subject matter experts, and youth to develop 4-H curricular resources used by national audiences. Melissa previously served as the Nebraska 4-H Curriculum Graduate Assistant and Nebraska 4-H Youth Curriculum Committee Coordinator at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.