Cornell Co-op pursues changes to 4-H programming

NORWICH The Cornell Cooperative Extension of Chenango County is moving ahead with changes that organization leaders hope will allow them to keep up with the growing interest in 4-H programming.



Ken Smith, Executive Director of the Cornell Cooperative Extension of Chenango County, said the organization is looking to add a full-time 4-H educator position in lieu of a part-time 4-H position.

Previously, CCE held one part-time 4-H educator as well as one part-time horticulture educator on staff. Now, the organization is proposing to combine the two positions into one full-time 4-H educator position that will assist local schools with after school programming related to science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM).


There's more to this story! You're only seeing 32% of the story. Subscribe now to get immediate access to the rest of the story as well as our whole online offering.

Today's Other Stories



© 2017 Snyder Communications/The Evening Sun
29 Lackawanna Avenue, Norwich, NY 13815 - (607) 334-3276
pennysaver logo greatgetaways logo
We're on Facebook