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Filed Under: 4-H, STEM – Science Technology Engineering and Math, Youth Projects November 29, 2023

RAYMOND, Miss. -- The Mississippi State University Extension Service Center for 4-H Youth Development recently received a grant that will help close the digital divide in the state. The one-year, $53,000 grant from the National 4-H Council and Verizon will help implement the 4-H Tech Changemakers program. The program enlists 4-H members to teach digital skills that can provide more opportunities, including better jobs, to adults in their communities.

A group of 4-H’ers pose for a group photo at the Congressional Awards ceremony.
Filed Under: 4-H, STEM – Science Technology Engineering and Math, Leadership August 14, 2023

Fifty-seven Mississippi 4-H’ers received the highest honor given to youth civilians by the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives.

The Aug. 6 Congressional Award ceremony marks the 25th anniversary of the partnership between the Congressional Award Program and the Mississippi State University Extension Service 4-H Youth Development Program.

Three girls in lab coats work with scientific equipment.
Filed Under: STEM – Science Technology Engineering and Math April 25, 2023

The Science Scholars camp invites all interested high school students to apply to the June 28-30 event at Mississippi State University.

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Numerous 4-H medals with maroon ribbons on a table.
Volume 9 Number 3

Building bridges. Programming robots. Presenting research.

Hundreds of Mississippi 4-H’ers looked for new solutions and ways to improve at the 2023 4-H Junior STEAM Day.

Two teenage girls holding cameras and yellow posters.
Volume 3 Number 1

Sisters use 4-H skills to produce film festival

“To successfully pull off something like that takes a lot of time and effort,” says Jan Walton, 4-H agent with the Mississippi State University Extension Service in Grenada County, where both girls were members at the time. “They were so busy with school, 4-H, and their other extracurricular activities that their mom, Nanette, didn’t want to put that extra pressure on them. But she later warmed up to the idea, and here we are.”

Two young girls with red hair and matching pink shirts stand next to each other with a hand on the hip.
Volume 7 Number 1

4-H engineering program moves online

Eight-year-old twins Zadie and Kyra Baughtmann love to build with LEGO bricks, so, when they learned about the virtual 4-H summer camp available in June, they eagerly signed up.

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