Positive 4-H Youth Development Programs for Military Families
CYFAR 4-H Military Partnership Professional Development and Technical Assistance Project
The NC State CYFAR 4-H Military Partnership Professional Development and Technical Assistance (MPPD&TA) Project is designed to build capacity, support military services in the development of 4-H programming, and extend the synergy of a historic partnership. Through professional development, communication, and evaluation, the project combines the knowledge and resources of Cooperative Extension and military services.
The CYFAR 4-H MPPD&TA project focuses on the development of resources to educate and inform professionals working with military-connected youth.
Who is part of the 4-H Military Partnership?
We're a supportive collaboration between military and land grant university partners whose mission is to integrate research-based youth development programs for military-connected youth across the United States.
4-H Military Partners
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