St. Paul, MN: University of Minnesota Extension Service
This poster presents the methodology and findings from a recent impact study of the Network Brown County program. Network Brown County is a leadership education program
that was initiated by Extension in 2002. The program brings together 15-20 Brown County
residents from a variety of communities and backgrounds for nine one-day sessions. Participants gain personal and community leadership skills, build networks and broaden their awareness of issues facing the county. The study used a semi-structured interview protocol to measure the impact of the program participants on the human, social, political, cultural, economic, natural and built environment capacity of the county. Findings from program alumni were supplemented with interviews with community stakeholders who had not been participants in the program.
Rasmussen, Catherine; Armstrong, Jessica; Chazdon, Scott.
Measuring the Impact of Leadership Development Using the Community Capitals Framework.
St. Paul, MN: University of Minnesota Extension Service.
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