Making a Difference with Volunteers in Agricultural Education Programs
Rosencrans, Carlos, Seevers, Brenda S., The Agricultural Education Magazine
Are you using volunteers in your Agricultural Education program? Have you thought about using volunteers to help you better serve your students and their many and varied agricultural interests? Do you feel comfortable enlisting the aid of volunteers to enhance your agricultural education program? Are other instructors utilizing volunteers, and if so, how are they using them?
Enlisting the aid of volunteers is nothing new to programs of many kinds, including education. Every year, millions of Americans volunteer their time and assistance to causes which they consider worthwhile (Katz, 1982). Volunteers in school settings provide widespread benefits to students. Shifflett (1994), …
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Publication information: Article title: Making a Difference with Volunteers in Agricultural Education Programs. Contributors: Rosencrans, Carlos - Author, Seevers, Brenda S. - Author. Journal title: The Agricultural Education Magazine. Volume: 73. Issue: 3 Publication date: November/December 2000. Page number: 20+. © National Council for Agricultural Education Nov/Dec 2008. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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