Understanding resources available in a community is essential before any 4-H youth development professional can begin addressing local needs. Conducting a community assessment generates valuable information about the unique components and resources of a specific community. This information then provides a foundation for identifying specific community needs and determining ways in which needs can be addressed through Extension-based programming.
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Teuteberg, D., & Cummins, M. M. (2017). Using Community Assessments to Improve 4-H Youth Development Programming Efforts. The Journal of Extension, 55(4), Article 3. https://doi.org/10.34068/joe.55.04.03