Baton Rouge, La. - The Southern University Ag Center has received a letter of intent from the National 4-H Council in the amount of $115,920 to fund the Center’s 4-H National Mentoring Program.
The SU Ag Center's 4-H National Mentoring Program seeks to rebuild broken family units who have been impacted by parental incarceration. The program engages youth ages 5 to 17 in interactive family activities that include the incarcerated parent and the caregiver.
For additional information about the Southern University Ag Center's 4-H National Mentoring Program contact the grant’s Principle Investigator Tiffany Wilkerson-Franklin, at email@example.com; Co- Principle Investigator Milissia John-Baptiste, at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 225-771-2242.