CCE Program Work Teams

Connecting people | Strengthening campus-county connections| Creating a culture of learning & innovation

About Program Work Teams

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Program Work Teams (PWT's) are teams of faculty and staff, extension educators, and external stakeholders. PWTs act as a community of learning and practice – with resulting teamwork dependent on interests of those involved.

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How to Get Involved

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Getting involved in a PWT begins with indicating your interest. You can contact a PWT co-chair directly or complete the form below and your interest will be forwarded on to the team.

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Co-Chair Resources

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PWTs are required to have at least two leaders (co-chairs) – one campus based staff person and the a staff member from a Cornell Cooperative Extension association to represent the group.

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PWT members come together (virtually &/or face to face) to bring campus staff, off campus staff and external stakeholders to consider needs, plan programs, and communicate the value of the work done.