EYFP Virtual Sessions Available

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Empowering Youth and Families Program – virtual sessions available for spring!

Session in carteret county

Open house (virtual): March 20, 2023

Registration date: March 27 – April 3, 2023

Program schedule (virtual): Starting March 27th, Mondays 6-8 p.m. via Zoom

Free of cost! Open to NC residents.

The NC 4-H Empowering Youth and Families Program (EYFP) is a family leadership program for middle school youth and their caregivers. Participating families attend 10 weekly sessions in their county and a “Confluence” family retreat. Each session has been carefully designed to address the unique needs of youth, caregivers, and families, and each includes fun team-building activities, a sit-down family meal, and social time with other families in the program.

At the end of the program, families put their new skills into practice. Together with other local EYFP families, they organize and host a community-wide healthy living event to share their learning and take concrete steps in their community.

Yancey county session

Contact us for more information: 

Tracey Hall, email – tlhall6@ncsu.edu, phone – 828-764-9480

Adrienne Willams, email – adwill23@ncsu.edu, phone – 252-459-9810

Register on Eventbrite.

For more information on EYFP and its current programming, please visit our website.