In an effort to prepare youth for the 21st century workplace, 4-H has placed an emphasis in science and technology program areas. The purpose of the exploratory study reported here was to gather input via a mail survey from 4-H families concerning the development of new science and technology programs. The results of the survey were themed into six main areas: technology, agriculture, science, implementation ideas, self-efficacy, and miscellaneous. Moreover, the results of the survey indicated that new programs should be connected to traditional program areas especially agriculture.
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Barker, B. S. (2007). Stakeholders' Input on 4-H Science and Technology Program Areas: An Exploratory Study. The Journal of Extension, 45(2), Article 15. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol45/iss2/15