Posts Tagged ‘youth development’

‘Destined to succeed’: Anson County 4-H’er Curtis Crump has his future in focus

Curtis Crump says that "4-H has been a huge impact on my life, because it gave me another source of support."

Ask Curtis Crump and he’ll tell you that 4-H, Cooperative Extension’s youth education program, is nothing less than “amazing.” In fact, Crump, a rising sophomore in business administration at East Carolina University, credits 4-H with putting him solidly on his educational and career path.

FoodCorps marks first year

Leah Klaproth with Guilford County students

At Oak Hill Elementary School in High Point, third graders have spent time this year learning how to plant a garden, harvest the plants and eat what they grow. The school is one of five FoodCorps sites in Guilford County where FoodCorps service member Leah Klaproth has worked with students and teachers since the beginning of the 2011-12 school year.

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