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Training teens as volunteers: Recruiting and training Teens
Training teens as volunteers: Recruiting and training Teens

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A 4-H AFTERSCHOOL RESOURCE GUIDE
 Recruiting and Training Teensto Work with Younger Youth in After-School Programs
Teens as Volunteer Leaders
 
4-H Afterschool is a collaborative effort of the Cooperative ExtensionSystem — state land grant universities, state and county governments andthe Cooperative State Research, Education and Extension Service,United States Department of Agriculture — and National 4-H Council.
www.4husa.orgwww.4hafterschool.orgwww.fourhcouncil.eduwww.national4-hheadquarters.govwww.csrees.usda.gov
JCPenney Afterschool Fund is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that supports pro-grams designed to keep kids safely and constructively engaged during out-of-schooltime. As part of its mission to ensure that all children have access to the world of opportunities that awaits them after school, the JCPenney Afterschool Fund providesvital financial support to 4-H Afterschool. This generous funding has enabled 4-H tocreate and launch 4-H Afterschool as a focused nationwide initiative.
www.jcpenneyafterschool.org1-800-856-5314
4-H Afterschool is committed to a policy that all persons shall have equal access to its programs, facilitiesand employment without regard to race, color, sex, religion, religious creed, ancestry or national origin, age,veteran status, sexual orientation, marital status, disability, physical or mental disability. Mention or displayof trademark, proprietary product or firm in text or figures does not constitute an endorsement by 4-HAfterschool and does not imply approval to the exclusion of suitable products or firms.
LEADERSHIP TEAM
Cathann A. Kress
National 4-H Headquartersat USDA
Donald T. Floyd, Jr.
National 4-H Council 
Theresa Ferrari
Ohio State University 
Marlene Glasscock
Kansas State University 
Linda Harriman
Oklahoma State University 
Sharon K. Junge
University of California
Eric Killian
University of Nevada, Reno
Lisa Lauxman
University of Arizona
Ina Metzger Linville
University of Missouri 
Gretchen May
University of Massachusetts
Michael Newman
Mississippi State University 
Sheila Urban Smith
Michigan State University 
Samuel Suina
Institute of American Indian Arts
Deirdre Thompson
University of California
Nancy Valentine
National 4-H Headquartersat USDA
Sherri K.B. Wright
National 4-H Headquartersat USDA
WRITER
Sharon K. Junge
University of California
REVIEWERS
Eddie Locklear
Director, 4-H Afterschool 
Ronald C. Drum
Coordinator, 4-H Afterschool 
Amee Patel
National 4-H Council Marketing Communications
CREDITS
EDITOR
Laura Phillips Garner
National 4-H Council Marketing Communications
LAYOUT
Tina M. Cardosi
TM Design, Inc.
PRINTING
Tom Sochocki
GraphTec Printing
NFL Charities, formed in 1973 as the flagship of NFL giving, is a non-profit organizationthat enables NFL teams and players to contribute collectively to charitable and worth-while causes on a national level. NFL Charities is a proud sponsor of 4-H Afterschool.Our financial support enables 4-H Afterschool to design and implement Teens as Volunteer Leaders programs, which train high school-aged youth to deliver workforcepreparation curricula to middle school-aged youth in after-school programs.
 
A 4-H AFTERSCHOOL RESOURCE GUIDE
 Recruiting and Training Teensto Work with Younger Youth in After-School Programs
Teens as Volunteer Leaders
NATIONAL PRESENTING SPONSOR
JCPenney Afterschool FundNFL Charities

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