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County Extension Council Training-Southwest Region

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Course Introduction

Our distinct land-grant mission is to improve lives, communities, and economies by producing relevant, reliable and responsive educational strategies that enhance access to the resources and research of the University of Missouri. As an integral part of the land-grant mission, University of Missouri Extension is a joint venture of University of Missouri campuses; Lincoln University Cooperative Extension; the people of Missouri through county extension councils; National Institute for Food and Agriculture of the U.S. Department of Agriculture; and other stakeholders and partners.

As a council leader, you play a vital role in meeting these educational needs. Extension councils are statutorily created to work with the University in carrying out the local extension program (Sections 262:550 to 262:620, Revised Statutes of Missouri).

Module Topics Include

  • Orientation for New Council Members
  • Be an Effective Council Member
  • Providing Fiscal Oversight
  • Understanding County Council Extension Budgets
  • Program Development
  • Recruiting Candidates for Effective Councils
  • County Council Elections
  • Council Resources
Length: 2-3 hours

 

Department: 
University of Missouri Extension

 

Credit: Certificate of Achievement

 

Audience: Current and new Missouri County Extension Council Members

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