Extension Leadership Council
EXTENSION LEADERSHIP COUNCIL (ELC) MISSION:
- To develop a program plan that will direct the Cooperative Extension's resources toward identified issues and concerns.
- To provide support and counsel from the community regarding the program resources and philosophy of Virginia Cooperative Extension.
- To assist the unit with educating stakeholders about VCE programs and services.
PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY EXTENSION LEADERSHIP COUNCIL (ELC) MEMBERS REPRESENT:
- Prince William County, Manassas City, and Manassas Park
- Program interests or associations
- Cross-section of community demographics
- The ELC membership consists of community residents who represent County magisterial districts and the cities.
- Members are appointed for a 3-year term. However, there are no term limits as long as members remain actively involved.
- Officers are Chair, Vice-Chair and Secretary, all of whom serve as the Executive Committee.
- Prince William ELC is in partnership with the state ELC (Virginia Extension Leadership Council).
The Council usually meets on the third Tuesday morning of January, March, May, June, September and November.
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