This practitioner handbook aims to make local 4-H programs more accessible, welcoming, and
culturally relevant. Written in an easily accessible style, this handbook will introduces 4-H professionals and volunteers to methods that can effectively
strengthen diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging to
welcome new youth into their 4-H program.
opens with a fascinating overview of 4-H history for an understanding of where the program has been, before turning to the
future and seeing where the program might go.
For those already familiar with 4-H, the authors hope to bring
something new or insightful; for those new to 4-H it offers an introduction into the history and mission of the program. This handbook should serve as common
ground for all who are working to steward and
improve the 4-H program.
This free publication is available by download.
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