CT 4-H Mentoring Project
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CT 4-H mentoring project Pamphlet
The CT 4-H Mentoring Project is a prevention program designed to assist youth in acquiring knowledge, building character, and developing life skills in a fun learning environment.
Youth, our mentees, will:
- Enhance their interpersonal skills
- Improve their academic performance
- The CT-4-H project will strengthen & support families of our youth
Who We Work With
- Youth and their families who live in Bridgeport and Waterbury
- Mentors from the cities of Bridgeport, Waterbury and from the surrounding areas
- Youth 10-14 years old
- Mentoring (Individual & Group)
- 4-H Activities
- Family Night Out
What Will Volunteer Mentors Do?
- Weekly Mentoring
- One-on-One Mentoring
- Group Mentoring
- Mentors will engage in fun activities
- Mentors will receive training
Don’t Have Time To Mentor?
- Help Organize Family Night
- Teach Workshops
- If you want to help, we have a place for you
Interested in Being a Mentor?
Download the CT 4-H mentoring project Pamphlet for more information.
For program information in Bridgeport contact Sharon Stoyer or Ede Valiquette
UConn CES Fairfield County 4-H
67 Stony Hill Road
Bethel, CT 06801
UConn Cooperative Extension System Bridgeport
Ede Valiquette 203.207.3264 email@example.com
For program information in Waterbury contact Melissa Kirschbaum
Waterbury Youth Services
83 Prospect Street
Waterbury, CT 06702
New Haven County 4-H website
The CT 4-H mentoring project was adapted from the Utah State University Cooperative Extension Service Youth and Families with Promise program.
This is Funded through the National 4-H Council with project support by Award No. 2010-JU-FX-0016 of the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, Office of Justice Programs.