Santa Clara County
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Santa Clara County


Juntos 4-H helps Latino youth achieve high school graduation and attend higher education.

Juntos 4-H helps Latino youth (grades 7 – 12) and their families gain the knowledge and skills to bridge the gap between high school and higher education. The program was developed by North Carolina State University in 2007. Juntos, meaning ‘together’ in Spanish, was named a ‘Bright Spot in Hispanic Education” by a White House initiative in 2015.

The objectives are:

  • Increase family engagement that leads to students’ educational success
  • Increase the sense of belonging among Latino students and families in their schools and communities
  • Increase Latino student success by improving student attendance and grades, and achieving high school graduation
  • Increase the percentage of Latino students attending higher education 

The Juntos program has four components (

  1. Juntos Family Engagement via a 6-week workshop series and family events.
  2. Juntos 4-H Clubs with a focus on public speaking, life skills, and community service.
  3. Monthly One-On-One Success Coaching and/or Mentoring by an adult who monitors youth's academics and coaches them to achieve their academic goals.
  4. Annual attendance to the Juntos Summer Academy at a University of California campus, where students learn to focus on college readiness and team building.

Juntos Summer Academy is for students in grades 8 thru 12. Sign-up for the virtual conference to be held July 28 & July 29 using the link.

For more info, email


Juntos 4-H Summer Academy

Juntos 4-H in Santa Clara County

In a partnership with area schools and community centers, The 4-H Youth Development Program will reach Latinx high school students beginning in their middle school years.  

Middle school and high school students and their families are invited to attend Juntos in their community and to join the FREE six night workshop series.

We are currently partnering with Escuela Popular and Sacred Heart Community Service to provide the Juntos series. Schedules will be available soon. If you are interested in bringing Juntos to your school or community, please email for more information.

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For more on how to participate or about how you can bring Juntos 4-H to your school, please contact the Santa Clara County facilitators.


Name: Fe Moncloa, Ph.D.

4-H Youth Development Advisor

University of California Cooperative Extension, Santa Clara County

408-282-3107   (se habla español)


Name: Susan Weaver

4-H YD Program Representative

University of California Cooperative Extension, Santa Clara County 408-282-3119


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