Perhaps one of the most difficult tasks facing leadership program directors is how to prove what their program accomplished for the participants after they graduate from the program and move on with their lives. One state agricultural leadership program undertook research to determine the outcomes of their program in the lives of their alumni on a personal, business and community level over the last 20 years. Results from this research represent the first attempt to gather three different levels of data on programmatic effects from the viewpoint of the alumni.
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Black, A. M. (2007). What Did That Program Do? Measuring the Outcomes of a Statewide Agricultural Leadership Development Program. The Journal of Extension, 45(4), Article 20. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol45/iss4/20