4-H Connects Kids to Cornell
Cornell Cooperative Extension's 4-H Youth Development program connects youth and families to the resources of Cornell and other land-grant universities through 4-H project materials, and enriching events and activities.
4-H Resources and Curriculum Subject matter skills taught in projects are the foundation for the youth development that occurs in 4-H. Learning to prepare meals, give a presentation, repair machinery, ride a horse, and care for others are just a few of the skills taught in 4-H that can be of economic, social, and/or personal value to youth in their future. Need a resource? Visit the on-line the National 4-H Resource Directory for materials for project work from Cornell and other land grant universities. Projects combine research-based information with youth development practices.