Learn about the experiences of Michigan’s 2022 IFYE exchange delegates: Part 1
Published on April 6, 2023
Young adults from Michigan participated in an in-depth, rural based, cultural immersion-focused experience with host families outside the United States.
4-H Around the World: Alaska
Published on July 29, 2022
The series exploring 4-H around the world continues as we explore 4-H in Alaska.
A virtual visit to Italy
Published on July 7, 2021
Learn to make Italian pizza dough, a craft, dance and much more during this virtual Italian day event.
Japan Golden Week: A cultural learning opportunity for youth and adults
Published on May 24, 2021
Explore the Japanese holiday of Golden Week, which begins with the Showa Day and ends with Children’s Day.
Virtual gingerbread baking class a special holiday tradition shared with global community
Published on February 12, 2021
A successful virtual gingerbread baking class was hosted to share a special Polish holiday tradition with the global community.
International conversations to learn more about Central and South American countries
Published on February 3, 2021
Belizean, Costa Rican and Brazilian panelists share more about their warm and welcoming cultures.
International conversations from the countries of Japan, Turkmenistan, China and Taiwan
Published on January 12, 2021
Take a moment to visit the continent of Asia to learn more about their country, culture and daily way of life.
Decade in review of Michigan 4-H International Exchange Programs
Published on December 29, 2020
States’ 4-H International Exchange Programs celebrates partnership with Michigan 4-H International Exchange with a decade in review.
Michigan 4-H offers international conversations from the continent of Europe
Published on December 18, 2020
Highlights of our virtual learning in Italy, Romania, Ukraine, Norway and Estonia. Visit a European country of your choice virtually before traveling there physically.
Passport kitchen program enriches cultural knowledge
Published on December 7, 2020
Participants enjoyed most recipes and allowed families to explore their own heritage while learning about other cultures.