Youth & 4-H

youth

CCEDC Youth Development Programs empower young people to reach their full potential. Our programs enable youth to emerge as leaders through hands-on experiential learning, research-based 4-H youth programs, and adult mentorship, in order to give back to their local communities.

We are pleased to be able to offer youth programming though three of our four program areas, as follows:

4-H Youth Development
  • 4-H Club Program
  • 4-H Teen Ambassador Program
  • Green Teen Community Gardening Program
  • Ag in the Classroom Program
Environment & Energy
  • No Child Left Inside (NCLI)
Family & Consumer Education
  • Financial Literacy for Youth (FLY)
  • Nutrition & Fitness Youth Programs

Thank you for your interest in CCEDC Youth Development programming.

Events

Positive Parenting Workshops for Parents, Caregivers and Professionals

August 5, 2014 at 10:00AM

What is your parenting style? Are you a Jelly Fish or a Brick Wall? Join us for the educational series and find out the answer! » Read More

Positive Parenting Workshops for Parents, Caregivers and Professionals

August 12, 2014 at 10:00AM

What is your parenting style? Are you a Jelly Fish or a Brick Wall? Join us for the educational series and find out the answer! » Read More

4-H Program Advisory Meeting

September 10, 2014 at 7:00PM

Updates

Press Release - County's Agency Partner Grant Program

July 2014

Cornell Cooperative Extension Dutchess County has been awarded a portion of $705,200 through Dutchess County's Agency Partner Grant Program. The funding was awarded to non-profit agencies for outcome-based programs in areas of identified need. » Read More

HV Renegades Family Fun Night Fundraiser for CCEDC

April 2014

Come and watch the Hudson Valley Regegades baseball team play the Vermont Lake Monsters, while supporting Cornell Cooperative Extension Dutchess County!! » Read More

RAPP Safety Awareness Day

March 2014

Are you and your family members prepared for an emergency situation? The Relatives As Parents Program Safety Day will address what to do in an emergency for both youth and adult participants. » Read More