4-H Research Reports

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Faculty and staff conduct research and evaluation projects to determine the impact that participation has on youth, families, volunteers, and the community. Findings from these research and evaluation projects are reported and used in future program development and implementation.


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    Ohio 4-H Youth Development Research: Selected Abstracts
    (Ohio State University Extension, 2006-03) Schmiesing, Ryan
    Ohio 4-H Youth Development has a long and rich history spanning more than 100 years. Thousands of youth have engaged in programs and activities that are designed to help them improve their skill set and ultimately provide them with the skill set to be contributing adults. This document provides abstracts of selected research/evaluation projects that faculty and staff have conducted involving Ohio 4-H youth participants, volunteers, or their parents/guardians.