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  1. Roles of Extension Volunteers Program Excellence Academy I

  2. Roles of Volunteers • Leadership Advisory Board • Program Area Committees/Youth Boards • Master Volunteers • Associations/Groups • Random/Episodic Volunteers • Youth Volunteers

  3. Leadership Advisory Board • Responsible for overall Extension program • Provide vision and long-term planning • Serve as advocates for Extension programs • Help interpret Extension program and impacts

  4. Program Area Committees & Youth Boards • PAC: Work with CEA to plan, implement and evaluate educational programs in a specific program area • Youth Board: Youth and adults that work with CEA to plan, implement and evaluate youth educational programs

  5. Master Volunteers • Have completed at least 20 hours of specialized training in a particular subject • Lead educational programs • Commit to giving at least 50 hours of service in the specific subject

  6. Associations and Groups • Networks of volunteers with similar interests and skills who come together for a common cause • It is important that these groups receive support and training!

  7. Random/Episodic Volunteers • Assist with a single activity, event or program • Volunteer for a limited time • This volunteer group continues to grow!

  8. Youth Volunteers • Any individual under the age of 18 that fulfills any volunteer role. • Youth are a GREAT resource within all volunteer groups!