Showing impact for working with camp youth leaders can be difficult. There is often the idea that Extension faculty at camp are just taking it easy and no real outcomes are being achieved. The leadership program described here has allowed the documentation of impact and show outcomes for time devoted to working with youth. Through a retrospective pre-post survey and open-ended questions, the faculty document the leadership skills knowledge gained based on responses to specific selected leadership traits. Not only can this change in knowledge be documented, the faculty can use the responses to tailor future leadership trainings.
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Hines, S., & Riley, L. (2005). Documenting Impact Is Possible When Working with Camp Program Youth Leaders. The Journal of Extension, 43(3), Article 23. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol43/iss3/23