FY2017 CYFAR Stakeholder Listening Session

FY2017 CYFAR Stakeholder Listening Session

2016 CYFAR Annual Report

The 2016 CYFAR Annual Report features the programmatic activities, outcomes, and impacts of the CYFAR Program in 2016.

FY2016 Allocations and Matching 1862 and 1890

FY2016 Allocations and Matching 1862 and 1890

Hatch Act Insular Area Matching Waivers

FY 2011 - 2016 Hatch Act Insular Area Matching Amounts and Waiver requests.

Smith-Lever Insular Area Matching Waivers

FY 2011-2016 Smith-Lever Insular Area Matching Amounts and Waiver requests.

CYFAR at 25 Years: What Are They Doing Now?

This report highlights CYFAR's goals, projects and alumni over the course of the program's existence.

Federal Learning Resources

This document provides a representative summary of learning resources designed for youth or those who work with youth that are available from the federal government.

Experiential Learning Model

For over 100 years, multiple learning theories have offered growing support for the experiential learning model which serves as one of the frameworks for 4-H programs and curriculum. The experiential learning model allows youth to participate in engaging, stimulating activities that have a real-world basis. The experiential activities help the learners to connect what they are learning to prior knowledge and apply it to new situations or problems. Just as importantly, engaging in shared learning experiences creates social and cultural bonds that influence identity, relationships, goals, and success.

Safe and Healthy Homes Resources

Discover all the youth friendly educational resources that the federal government has to offer to help to keep your living areas safe and healthy. The following resources are from various federal agencies that promote safe and healthy Homes. The resources are divided by topic area related to the category they fall under.

Healthy Living Report

For the past several years, the 4-H Healthy Living Management Team (HLMT) has had the honor of providing national leadership to the 4-H Healthy Living program. During this time, research has been conducted on identifying best practices and program sustainability; evaluation measures have been designed and tested; several national curricula have been developed and published; and a communication network has been established through state liaison positions. This report recognizes past achievements and identifies strategies for the continued growth of 4-H healthy living programming.