Lazarus Lynch was a former Career Explorations Conference participant!
Invest in the Future of American Youth
Only 4-H has the reach and research-backed approach to grow confident, capable and caring kids with the life skills to thrive in today's world and succeed in their boldest dreams for tomorrow.
Young people like Lazarus Lynch have 4-H to thank for their confidence, real-life relevant skills, and ability to succeed in life today. Today, Lazarus is a rising food star, world traveler, and healthy living chef who is currently studying at State University of New York at Buffalo. He hopes to inspire and empower young people to lead healthy lives and enjoy food from other cultures. Lazarus’ goal is to one day be a leader in the effort to eradicate global world hunger.
Donate today to support 4-H youth in urban areas. Your gift will help ensure the 4-H experience is delivered through high-impact projects in Healthy Living, Science, Citizenship and Food Security to young people in every county and parish nationwide. Sincerely,
President and Chief Executive Officer
National 4-H Council
4-H Science, Technology, Engineering and Math
What does Science, Technology Engineering and Math (STEM) have to do with 4-H? More than you might think! Check out this page to learn about this mission mandate, access the NYS SET Toolkits, and find out why 4-H is committed to introducing youth to the wonders and inspiration of these three disciplines.
4-H Civic Engagement
Chances are ... if you're involved in 4-H, in other youth organizations, or school programs, you're already doing some type of community service. If you want to learn how to 'kick it up a notch' there's curriculum and resources to help.
4-H Healthy Living
Families today are busier than ever, with more work, school and afterschool activities and scheduling issues. Couple these things with more sedentary lifestyles and more access to quick, sometimes less healthy meal choices and you can easily see the reasons for today's childhood obesity statistics.
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