Worksite education has expanded to include informal education about self-help/family topics. Extension educators need information about how to access employee audiences and deliver programs in work settings. In a survey of NC Cooperative Extension Family and Consumer Sciences agents, 54 shared experiences and strategies for gaining the interest of employers, preparing for contingencies, and handling sensitive topics. Recommendations include identifying a key contact, previewing curricula with decision-makers, planning for variable audience size, and creating a climate of confidentiality and support. Taken collectively, these recommendations will assist Extension educators develop advance plans for worksite programming.
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Bearon, L. B., & Bird, C. N. (2012). Delivering Programs at Worksites: Lessons Learned by Extension Educators. The Journal of Extension, 50(4), Article 8. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol50/iss4/8