An evaluation of youth/adult partnerships in Georgia Youth Summit Teams
Jones, Robert Harrison
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Youth/adult partnerships are a programmatic idea being utilized around the country to promote youth involved with your development programs (Camino, 2005). Youth/adult partnerships have also become a major part of the Georgia 4-H program today. Youth/adult partnerships can be seen across the organization, but more importantly in Georgia Youth Summit Teams. These teams work with youth/adult partnerships to cover civic engagement for youth and adults to help their communities. These partnerships were evaluated utilizing the Youth and Adult Relationship Within Community-Based Youth Programs Involvement and Interaction Rating Scale. The evaluation was used to gauge youth and adult perceptions on youth/adult partnerships. The youth and adults in this study showed positive perceptions of youth/adult partnerships, and youth and adults showed through their learning in the Georgia Youth Summit program they had a change of perception towards youth/adult partnerships.
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