(STEM) Science, Technology Engineering and Math

4-H aims to grow the next generation of inventors, entrepreneurs and problem-solvers by giving youth plenty of opportunities to try their hands at real world science.

GROW CURIOSITY

In 4-H STEM, we create supportive relationships that nurture wonder and fuel learning through investigation and design! Youth and adults work together to create new understanding and design community solutions.

4-H Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) projects give families science enrichment opportunities and connects kids to Cornell’s science outreach programs.

4-Hers grow to become leaders in STEM, work in STEM Careers, and serve their community using STEM.

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Friday, February 16

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    computer science curriculum together and explore how it might work for youth
     
    computer science curriculum together and explore how it might work for youth
     
    in your community. The CS Leadership Team will feature a different curriculum
     
    in your community. The CS Leadership Team will feature a different curriculum
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    each week. You’ll get a chance to try some the activities and practice
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    each month. You’ll get a chance to try some the activities and practice
     
    coding yourself. We’ll also share stories of how these activities have been
     
    coding yourself. We’ll also share stories of how these activities have been
     
    used in 4-H so far. We’ll all learn together and look for ways to involve
     
    used in 4-H so far. We’ll all learn together and look for ways to involve
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Thursday, January 18

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    For events and programs shorter than 6 hours:
     
    For events and programs shorter than 6 hours:
     
     
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    * CS Project Single Event Reporting [6] - form to track youth and adult
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    * CS Project Single Event Reporting  [6]- form to track youth and adult
     
    participation in one event or short-term activity (demographic and
     
    participation in one event or short-term activity (demographic and
     
    attendance information)
     
    attendance information)
     
    [4] https://cornell.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_aaau7bv4trlPH9z
     
    [4] https://cornell.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_aaau7bv4trlPH9z
     
    [5] mailto:ask37@cornell.edu
     
    [5] mailto:ask37@cornell.edu
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    [6] http://4hstaff.cce.cornell.edu/system/files/single_event_form.pdf
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    [6] http://4hstaff.cce.cornell.edu/system/files/single_event_form_0.pdf
     
    [7] http://4hstaff.cce.cornell.edu/system/files/2017_short_survey_questionaire-_below_6_hours.pdf
     
    [7] http://4hstaff.cce.cornell.edu/system/files/2017_short_survey_questionaire-_below_6_hours.pdf
     
    [8] http://bit.ly/NYS4Hcsshort
     
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