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
  • Green Teen Community Gardening Program
  • Ag in the Classroom Program
  • 4-H Teen Ambassador Club
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

There are currently no events scheduled for this program area. Browse our complete event listing to see events in other program areas.

Updates

Green Teen on NPR!

June 2015

On Wednesday, May 27th, CCEDC's Green Teen Community Gardening Program was featured on WAMC - a local NPR station in the Hudson Valley. The interview, led by WAMC's Joe Donahue and starring our very own Helannna Bratman and her Green Teen Crew Leader Chelsea Schiffer, focused on a fundraising event - For Goodness Bake - that Green Teen will be putting on in the City of Beacon this Saturday, June 6th! » Read More

Money Management Tools for Success

March 2015

Cornell Cooperative Extension Dutchess County and The Hudson Valley CA$H Coalition presents Money Management Tools for Success. » Read More

County Executive Molinaro Signs Agricultural and Farmland Protection Plan into Law

March 2015

Dutchess County Executive Marcus J. Molinaro was joined today by members of the Dutchess County Agricultural and Farmland Protection Board, county and municipal officials and local farmers at McEnroe Organic Farm in Millerton for the signing of the Dutchess County Agricultural and Farmland Protection Plan into law. The Dutchess County Legislature unanimously adopted the plan earlier this month. » Read More