The How-To’s and What-Not’s of Support Groups.
List of place names especially for those on mobile devices.
|Is a Support Group for You?
Do you need what they have to offer or can you go it alone?
Starting a Support Group
Support Group Challenges
Homeschool Summer Camps
Resource Centers & Cottage Schools
Homeschool Community Networking
Secular Homeschool Support Groups
Social Networks for Homeschool Support Leaders
Books to Help You Learn to be a Better Leader
The Leadership Challenge:
How to Make Extraordinary Things Happen in Organizations (Hardcover)
by James M. Kouzes and Barry Z. Posner
The most trusted source on becoming a better leader. Based on Kouzes and Posner’s extensive research, this all-new edition casts their enduring work in context for today’s world, proving how leadership is a relationship that must be nurtured, and most importantly, that it can be learned.
Homeschool Co-Ops: How to Start Them, Run Them and Not Burn Out
by Carol Topp Homeschool
Co-op: A group of homeschooling parents that voluntarily unite together to educate their children. Come in all shapes and sizes. As homeschooling grows so do homeschooling organizations such as homeschool co-ops. Now homeschool leaders have a book to guide them through starting a co-op, running it and not burning out! In this book you’ll find: Pros and cons of being in a homeschool co-op. How to start a co-op including running your first planning meeting Ideas for classes and activities for all ages Helpful advice on dealing with volunteers, setting policies, managing money and handling conflict.
Money Management in a Homeschool Organization:
A Guide for Treasurers
by Carol Topp CPA
Does your homeschool group manage their money well? Do you have a budget and know where the money is spent? Do you know how to prevent fraud? Carol Topp, CPA can help your homeschool organization with the important topic of money management for homeschool organizations. Her book will help you with the following:
• How to manage a cash only group