4-H Clubs: Helping to build America’s youth

Perhaps parallel with today’s youth teaching their elders about ever-expanding technology, in the late 1800s researchers found that while adults in agricultural areas resisted new ideas developed at the university level, young people were open- minded and eager to experiment…Under the leadership of Celeste Hampton, this 4-H program works in conjunction with Rutgers University Cooperative Extension and the United States Department of Agriculture. According to Hampton, anything studied at Rutgers can be a club focus.

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