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 and Home agencies and organizations agents and volunteers AGENTS FEEL Agents need Agents Rating Volunteer Agriculture Agent reported Agriculture Agents felt Agriculture Agents indicated Agriculture Agents Rating Agriculture groups Agriculture programs Analyze volunteer assisting with group average county average number carry out Extension's clientele Cooperative Extension Service counties reported County Agent days with volunteers dollar value EXTENSION AGRICULTURE AGENTS Extension in 1983 Extension programs Extension provides volunteer Extension staff Extension volunteer Extension's mission feel that volunteers group instruction high impact Home Economics reported independent volunteers indicated volunteers lend-a-hands majority of Agriculture Master Gardener program million dollars Nebraska number of volunteers Optimum Numbers PARTNERS IN ACTION professional program areas Provide tax Rating Volunteer Impact reported more volunteer roles two-thirds U.S. counties understand USDA boards volunteer activities Volunteer in 1983 volunteer job descriptions volunteer programs Volunteers and agents VOLUNTEERS AND EXTENSION volunteers had high volunteers per county volunteers serving Wisconsin