Urban 4-H STEM clubs

Minnesota 4-H leads the Minnesota CYFAR Project, a federal, five-year grant aimed at building long-term programs and partnerships. Led by principal investigator Jennifer Skuza and Extension educator Joanna Tzenis, this project supports Urban 4-H STEM Clubs. In these clubs, young people explore STEM topics, imagine their futures in higher education and set and achieve educational goals together with their peers, program leaders and parents or guardians.

The CYFAR SCP grant aims to build long-term programs and partnerships with a five-year federal grant.

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Urban 4-H signature curricula

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