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Marin 4-H Youth Development Program

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What is 4-H?

The Marin County 4-H program helps young people, ages 5-19, reach their fullest potential as competent, confident individuals who contribute to and are connected with their communities.

In 4-H programs, youth serve in leadership roles where they set goals, develop plans, complete projects, and reflect on their experiences.

Using an experiential educational model, 4-H helps youth develop essential skills that they will use throughout their lives, such as identifying and nurturing interests, desiring knowledge, setting goals, self-reflection, adapting to new situations, communicating, and responding to the needs of others.

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Are YOU interested in 4-H?

"HEAD – HEART – HANDS - HEALTH":    
Whether youth participate in clubs, after school programs, day camps, or in other program settings, the 4-H Youth Development Program's mission and goals remain the same: "to help youth develop to their full potential"   

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True leaders aren't born; they're grown

Marin 4-H Staff

Keaney Allison 3

 

Allison Keaney
4-H Program Representative
(415) 473-4207
alkeaney@ucanr.edu

Allison Keaney has been the Program Representative for Marin County 4-H since 2009. She supports the county’s ten general and specialty clubs, 4-H in the Classroom, 4-H Afterschool and Camp.

She holds a B.A. in Liberal Studies with an education emphasis from the San Francisco State University and an MBA with an emphasis in Organizational Development from CalPoly San Luis Obispo. 

Steven Worker

Dr Steven Worker
4-H Youth Development Advisor serving Marin, Sonoma, and Napa
(415) 473-4207 
smworker@ucanr.edu

Steven provides academic leadership for the 4-H program in Sonoma, Marin, Napa counties. He grows new 4-H programs and develop curriculum; conducts applied research in youth development and informal science education; and acts as the 4-H liaison to National and State 4-H Offices, youth organizations, and the community.

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