Partners in action: community volunteers, Cooperative Extension agents : summary of phase III, conclusions & implications
Dept. of Continuing and Vocational Education, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1987 - Social Science - 29 pages
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4-H leaders 4-H Middle Management Advisory committee members assistance Blacksburg communities Conclusions and Implications Continuing and Vocational Cooperative Extension Cooperative Extension Service county population current volunteers deal of benefit Department of Continuing Extension agents Extension Homemakers Extension office Extension program areas Extension staff Extension volunteer activities Extension volunteer programs farmers felt Food Preserver frequently mentioned geographic variables George Mayeske guide volunteer activities half handling more responsibilities Implications of Volunteerism Increase volunteers interviewed less live on farms Master Gardeners Mindrum national level National Study Networking number of volunteer Percent of Volunteers Phase I Conclusions Phase II Conclusions place of residence Program Volunteers projects recruiting related to Extension respect volunteers schooling beyond high similar skills specific Summary of Phase support from Extension talents tasks teach groups University of Wisconsin USDA-ES views of benefits Vocational Education volunteer with Extension Volunteers According volunteers are satisfied volunteers as individuals VOLUNTEERS FEEL Volunteers Indicating