March 22, 2018
The Michigan 4-H Alumni College Access Project tracks college enrollment and degree attainment by submitting records to the National Student Clearinghouse, a national enrollment and degree-attainment verification system.FILE DOWNLOAD
Michigan State University (MSU) Extension provides early childhood programs that help parents, childcare providers, and other important adults in the lives of children from birth to age 8 develop important skills.
MSU Extension’s early childhood development programs support families with young children by helping parents and caregivers increase early childhood science, math and pre-literacy skills, and enhance children’s social and emotional development.
Michigan State University (MSU) Extension 4-H Youth Development is teaching youth about food, nutrition, physical activity and personal safety.
To help create a future workforce excited about STEM careers and armed with important STEM skills, Michigan State University (MSU) Extension has made science education a key focus of its 4-H Youth Development programming.
Michigan State University (MSU) Extension is helping to develop youth as current and future leaders by providing programs that instill young people with the knowledge and skills to become positive agents of change.
Michigan State University (MSU) Extension offers 4-H Youth Development programs that focus on entrepreneurship, financial literacy, career exploration and workforce preparation.