4-H Volunteer Development Expert Joins Wyoming State Program Office





A 4-H volunteer development specialist is joining the Wyoming State 4-H Office at the University of Wyoming May 16.

Sarah Torbert earned a bachelor’s degree in agricultural education from the University of Wisconsin-River Falls and a master’s degree in training and development from the University of Wisconsin-Stout.

Wyoming 4-H has more than 1,750 volunteers working with over 6,600 youth members.

Torbert has 14 years experience working with 4-H volunteers through extension programs in Wisconsin and Missouri, said Kim Reaman, University of Wyoming Extension federal relations and staff development coordinator.

Torbert also worked with volunteers in the Girl Scout program in Wisconsin, Reaman added. 

4-H is the youth arm of University of Wyoming Extension, and its state offices are in the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources.

Source:  University of Wyoming Extension

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