New Effective Practices: mentors, incarcerated parents, volunteer retention

Posted by on December 1, 2006

[posted from Higher Ed Service-Learning listserv]


The Effective Practices Collections has reached another milestone. This week we our proud to present our 700th effective practice!

Partnering with county extension agents to train mentors
(LEARNS at the Northwest Regional Educational Laboratory)

Of course, with 700 effective practices, you can find just about anything related to service and volunteering programs. Here are a few more of our newest additions to the collection.

Connecting incarcerated parents and their children through inmates’ recorded readings of books
(LEARNS at the Northwest Regional Educational Laboratory)

Retaining volunteers through long training periods
(CyberVPM listserv)

Supporting family and friends of homicide victims
(National Crime Prevention Council)

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