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Community Partner Advisory GroupsAn EEO/AA employer, University of Wisconsin Extension provides equal opportunities in employment and programming, including Title IX and American with Disabilities (ADA) requirements.__________ County
The Wisconsin IdeaThe boundaries of the University are the boundaries of the State.
Purpose of Community Partner Advisory Groups (CPAG)Program adviceInput on program effectivenessIdentify new partnersStrengthen existing relationshipsCommunicate value
Purpose of Community Partner Advisory Groups (CPAG)Program adviceInput into design of program planning processIdentification of key issues facing our County and educational responseOn-going assessment of community issues and Extensions response.
Purpose of Community Partner Advisory Groups (CPAG)Input on program effectivenessSeek out feedback on Extension programmingProvide insights to educators on community perception and awareness of ExtensionWhat impact is Extension programming having on the community?
Purpose of Community Partner Advisory Groups (CPAG)Identify new partnersMapping the connections within CPAG membershipNew audiences for promoting programs; assist in connecting educators with underserved audiences. New program partnersNew funding/resource partners
Purpose of Community Partner Advisory Groups (CPAG)Strengthen existing relationshipsLocal programming partnersAssess relationships with local, county, state decision-makers; assist in developing effective communications
Purpose of Community Partner Advisory Groups (CPAG)Communicate valueLearn the big picture of ExtensionTell the story of Extension; promote Extension programsAdvise development of marketing materialsCreate opportunities for interactions with local and state decision-makers.
Program Area vs. CPAGProgram area advisory committee:Knowledge of one Extension program areaConnection with one educator & their programsFocus is narrowCPAGKnowledge of the depth and breadth of Extension and its resourcesConnection with all educators and their programsFocus is broad
CPAG Role vs. EEC RoleCPAG:Reflect diverse voicesHave regular interaction with EEC and staffThe eyes, ears, and voice of the county citizensBuild local strategies to communicate valueGive advisory input to staffand to EEC as requested.EEC:Makes policyHas sole budget authorityIs the formal county partner with the universitySolicits input from CPAG on issues when desired
For DiscussionWhat potential roles do you see for a community partner advisory group (CPAG) in ______ County?In what ways do you see this citizen advisory group benefiting:Extension educatorsExtension Committee members_______ County
For DiscussionIn what ways might the Extension Committee be involved in:Planning to initiate a CPAGIdentification and recruitment of potential CPAG membersMaintaining communication between CPAG members, EEC members, and staff
For DiscussionRecruitment. What process will you use to find:Some people who are familiar with ExtensionSome people we know, but who dont know ExtensionSome people who we dont knowA diverse cross-section of citizens throughout the county
For further information:Deb Jones, CPAG Liaison715firstname.lastname@example.orgAn EEO/AA employer, University of Wisconsin Extension provides equal opportunities in employment and programming, including Title IX and American with Disabilities (ADA) requirements.
The Wisconsin Idea was voiced by President Charles Van Hise, who said the idea sought to make "the beneficent influence of the University available to every home in the State."