The SR4-HVAG combines the efforts of states to provide quality educational programming for volunteers and Extension professionals using an advisory group system. An advisory group rather than a council was created because the group provides programmatic input rather than sets policy. The purposes of the SR4-HVAG are to: provide a mechanism for volunteer input and perspective regarding educational, programmatic and developmental needs of volunteers and strengthen communication and delivery systems that provide for the continued sharing of resources and programmatic efforts in the Southern Region. Each state is represented by two volunteers and is facilitated by a state volunteerism specialist.
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Culp, K., Edwards, H. C., & Jordan, J. W. (2014). Creating the Southern Region 4-H Volunteer Advisory Group. The Journal of Extension, 52(6), Article 31. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol52/iss6/31