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Training volunteers to train volunteers North Central Leaders Forum 1983



Training volunteers to train volunteers North Central Leaders Forum 1983







This follow-up study of the 1983 North Central Regional Leader Forum asks what volunteer leaders do when they return home after such a training experience. The survey reports responses of 191 participants nine months later. Fifty-four percent of those attending the Forum returned the survey. Eighty-nine percent of the respondents report that they conducted leader training. Other data reported include resources most useful to trainers, publicity generated, outreach to new populations, solicited donor contributions, contributions directly to 4-H, leadership roles, and levels of expected influence. The article examines questions of strategy for increasing effectiveness of volunteer training experiences.

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