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Educators are passionate
Educators are Passionate about Teaching
New Skills
Educators Teach New Skills that Last a Lifetime
Educators Have Many Talents
Educators Have Many Talents
Educators Can Also Be Judges
Educators can also be Judges
Educators have a variety of skills
Educators have a Variety of Skills to Share

Educators


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  • 4-H Community Club Central - Discover resources and tools to start, strengthen and revitalize 4-H community clubs.
  • 4-H Projects - Resources on a wide variety of major topics . . . from art to woodworking, from computers to rabbits, from clothing to small engines.
  • Calendar & Events - Explore events, state teams and other educational opportunities on the state, national and international levels.
  • 4-H Afterschool - Wisconsin 4-H Youth Development staff members are partnering with schools and other community based organizations to improve the quality and quantity of Afterschool programs. Wisconsin 4-H Youth Development staff members are partnering.
  • 4-H STEM - Resources and links to science, technology, engineering, and math activities to use with Wisconsin 4-H clubs and other youth groups.
  • Camp Counselor Training - Training requirements for youth serving as 4-H Camp Counselors need to be met. This site gives you topics, related teaching activities, and further resources to help youth learn and practice their counseling role.
  • Strengthening Positive Youth Development Environments - This site is designed to help Extension educators, communities, schools and families access resources and information to support young people in their community and county.
  • Wisconsin Positive Youth Futures - Children, Youth and Families at Risk (CYFAR) is a USDA funded project to create positive learning opportunities for at risk youth.
  • 4-H VISTA - The VISTA Volunteers working with UW-Extension currently live and work in urban and rural communities across Wisconsin.
  • Youth in Governance - Youth and adults working together in positions of authority to make decisions and take action to strengthen organizations, communities, and our democratic society.
  • Wisconsin Operation Military Kids (OMK) is a nationwide initiative designated to provide support to the children and youth of families that are impacted by the Global War on Terrorism. This includes those served by Army installations, Air Force bases, and those children and youth who are geographically dispersed.

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