Partners in action: community volunteers, Cooperative Extension agents : summary of phase II, conclusions & implications, 4-H
Sara M. Steele, University of Wisconsin--Madison. Dept. of Continuing and Vocational Education, United States. Extension Service
Dept. of Continuing and Vocational Education, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1985 - Social Science - 12 pages
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4-H groups 4-H volunteer agencies and organizations Agent reported agents and volunteers AGENTS FEEL Agents need Agents Rating Volunteer Assistant average county Average Number Blacksburg coaching/sharing community projects Cooperative Extension Service counties reported County Extension Agent Director dollar value evaluating Extension 4-H programs Extension 4-H/Youth Specialist Extension in 1983 Extension Specialist/4-H Youth Extension staff Extension volunteer group instruction/demonstration high impact Home Economist individuals lend-a-hands majority of 4-H member and 4-H middle management volunteers Milton Boyce National Advisory Committee Norman Mindrum North Dakota number of volunteers one-to-one sharing Optimum Numbers PARTNERS IN ACTION professional program areas Program Leader Provide tax responsibilities roles served on advisory South Carolina Specialist/4-H Youth Development Specialist/4-H/Youth Staff Arkansas staff development staff support teaching and one-to-one Two-fifths felt understand University of Wisconsin USDA-ES Vocational Education volunteer activities volunteer job descriptions volunteer programs volunteerism Volunteers and agents VOLUNTEERS AND EXTENSION volunteers had high volunteers per county