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Workforce Development in Extension

The Workforce Development in Extension Workgroup* (WDEW) has collected information for a benchmark index of cooperative extension-based workforce development programs and resources. This webinar will share results and findings from the effort, and invite undocumented resources to be added to the index.

Presented by: Kenneth Sherin (South Dakota State University) and Cheryl Burkhart Kriesel (University of Nebraska-Lincoln)

There is no registration and no fee for attending this webinar. To join the webinar go to, “enter as a guest” is by default already chosen. Type your name into the text box provided, and click on “Enter Room”. You are now in the meeting room for the webinar. To facilitate Q&A’s, participants submit questions/comments via the Chat Function in Adobe Connect.

*Work group members involved in this project included: Heidi Marie Mouillesseaux-Kunzman, Cornell University ; Meagan Lannan, Montana Department of Labor and Industry; Katie Weaver, Montana State University ; Carolyn Hatch, Montreal Canada; Tanya Hall, Annie Cruz-Porter & Melinda Grismer, Purdue Extension; Kenneth Sherin, South Dakota State University; Milan Wall, The Heartland Center for Leadership Development; Laura Fuller, The Ohio State University; Mark Peterson, University of Arkansas ; Ken Larimore, University of Illinois ; Cheryl Burkhart-Kriesel, Pat Curry, DeNae Gitonga & John Gulick, University of Missouri; Carroll Welte, University of Nebraska; Debra Hansen, Washington State University.

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