- (Condition Change) Increased diversity, inclusiveness, and cultural competency in California's workplaces
The 4-H Latino Initiative achieves positive youth outcomes and advances practices on culturally relevant programming, contributing to UC ANR's public value of developing an inclusive and equitable society.
Over 39% of Californians identify as Hispanic or Latino. Growth estimates project that Latinos will make up half of all Californians by 2060. In the K-12 public school system, more than 54% of students identify as Latino or Hispanic. Yet, until recently, the youth membership of UC Agriculture and Natural Resources (ANR) 4-H programs did not represent the state's Latino population.
How UC Delivers
In 2015, UC ANR provided $2 million to fund the UC 4-H Latino Initiative, a.../h3>/h3>/h3>