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Working with Immigrant Youth in 4-H: 2022 Learning Series for Extension Professionals

This series is being offered by the Immigrant and Refugee Youth Champions which is sponsored by the Access, Equity and Belonging Committee of the National 4-H Program Leaders Group.  You can register for the series at

Topics to be discussed during the series includes:

8/11       History of U.S. Immigration and Current Status

8/25       Social Conditions common to youth and families with immigrant backgrounds

9/15       Marketing 4-H that is appropriate to immigrant and refugee youth

9/29       Partnering with organizations to better serve immigrant and refugee youth and families

10/6       4-H programs that succeed for immigrant and refugee youth

All webinars are from 12pm to 1pm EST. For more information e-mail


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