Mentoring Programs

What is 4-H?
 
The 4-H Youth Development organization nationwide is known for engaging youth as leaders and giving them the power to take action. Through Utah State University Cooperative Extension, 4-H mobilizes trained, experienced and competent educators in most counties across the state to support this community of young people who are learning leadership, citizenship and life skills.
 
The 4-H mission is to teach youth to reach their full potential, working and learning in partnership with caring adults.
 
4-H Stands for Head, Heart, Hands and Health.
 
Welcome to 4-H Mentoring Youth and Families with Promise!
 
The 4-H Mentoring: Youth and Families with Promise program (4-H YFP) is a prevention program designed to enhance the developmental assets of at-risk youth, ages 10-14. This program targets youth and families who have below-average school performance, poor social skills, and/or weak family bonds among other low risk factors. Youth are referred to the program by school counselors, teachers, and administrators, as well as other youth-serving organizations.  This program consists of three components:
  • One-to-one Mentoring – Volunteer mentors work directly with youth to build academic and social skills
  • 4-H Activities – Club involvement serves to enhance social competencies through leadership opportunities, community service, and group project
  • Family Night Out – Group activities are designed to foster family bonds through experiential learning activities
 
If you need any additional information regarding the Iron County 4-H and Afterschool Program please contact the following staff members:
 
Click on any name to send an email
Call (435) 586-8132 to leave a telephone message for any staff member.
 
Kathy Riggs – Afterschool Programs Director
 
Angela Hackwell – Iron County 4-H Coordinator – (435) 559-6757
 
Community
Cheryl Williams – Site Coordinator
Debbie Robinson – Assistant Site Coordinator
Sarah Williams – Assistant Site Coordinator
Melanie Stroud -- Assistant Site Coordinator
 
Canyon View Middle School 6th Grade
Doneva Hecker -- Site Coordinator
Anne Marie – Assistant Site Coordinator
Tallon - Assistant Site Coordinator
Nicole Treadway – Academic Counselor
 
Canyon View Middle School 7th & 8th Grade
 – Site Coordinator
Kaitlyn Skougaard -- Assistant Site Coordinator
Becky Hyde – Academic Counselor
 
Cedar Middle School 6th Grade
Kyle Allen -- Site Coordinator
Nicole Treadway – Assistant Site Coordinator
Tina Riddle – Academic Counselor
 
Cedar Middle School 7th & 8th Grade
Bryant Cummings – Site Coordinator
Eric Domgaard – Assistant Site Coordinator
Lindsey -- Academic Counselor
 
North Elementary
Debra Johnson – Site Coordinator
Kelsey – Assistant Site Coordinator
Becky Hyde – Assistant Site Coordinator
 
East Elementary
Jesse Stroud -- Site Coordinator
 
 
 
For comments, questions or concerns about this web page please email Spencer at spencer.kohler@usu.edu.