Kentucky State University Opens State-of-the-Art Rosenwald Center for 4-H Youth Development


Kentucky State University’s Land Grant Program relaunched its state-of-the-art child development cPicture of 4H Logoenter as an innovative education and research model for 4-H youth programming. The Rosenwald Center for 4-H Youth Development will host 4-H clubs, 4-H camps, and in- and after-school programs to give youth safe and supervised places to spend time and the chance to learn new skills, develop their interests and spend meaningful time with their peers and mentors.

 

4-H is an important part of Cooperative Extension. More than 279,450 youth from all across Kentucky—approximately 35 percent of the K-12 population—participate in 4-H. Nationally, nearly 6 million youth participate in 4-H programs.