Outreach is critical to sustain and expand programs and activities that engage all community members. New voices, new perspectives, and new populations of community residents bring life to any initiative.
Take the opportunity to identify, understand, and involve varied populations when planning and executing any community activity or service.
- Learn more about the cultures represented in your area.
- Cultivate relationships and target communications.
- Develop outreach efforts and a work environment that identifies, understands, and involves the diversity in your community.
Funds for this publication were provided by the National Association of State Foresters through a grant from the USDA Forest Service. A special thank you to the state and federal agencies for photographic images contained in this document.
Organizing Work Programs for High School Students
Green Jobs - Part I: Adult Workforce Training
Putting the 'Green' Back into Green Jobs - Part II: Seeding Career Opportunities
Green Jobs - Part III: From Incarceration or Probation to Employment
Reaching Bilingual Audiences