At-Home Activities for Kids
The Purdue Extension 4-H Youth Development team has gathered resources to support families and kids while our communities practice social distancing due to COVID-19.
In the Fall of 2018 Indiana 4-H Volunteers were invited to
participate in a study that allowed them to share the impact that volunteering
has on them personally, on the 4-H program, and on their local communities. The
summary of the responses for the Indiana 4-H Volunteers who responded is below.
Also provided is the summary of the responses from the volunteers across the
12-state North Central Region.
Indiana 4-H Volunteer Impact Summary
North Central Region Volunteer Impact Summary
Thank you 4-H Volunteers!
Dairy Cattle Judging Career Development Event
4-H Academy @ Purdue
State 4-H Junior Leader Conference
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