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Science, Engineering & Technology Project Books

The National 4-H Science, Engineering & Technology (SET) mandate focuses on increasing science, engineering and technology knowlege, skills and comptencies by providing opportunities for hands-on scientific learning and discovery in 4-H clubs. Although the United States is currently the world’s economic and military leader, we are at a critical juncture. We must adapt to meet the evolving economic and national security landscape of the 21st century. At the core of this challenge is our nation’s proficiency in science, engineering and technology. Too many young Americans do not have the science, engineering and technology career skills necessary to succeed—and meet our country’s needs—in the future. 4-H can focus resources and expertise through SET to improve science literacy; increase the number of American students seeking undergraduate degrees in science, technology and engineering; and increase the number of young adults pursuing careers in these fields.

Listed below are projects book that we offer for you to download online. Many more project books are available. For a complete list check with your local 4-H extension office.  You also may view the project book guide, which gives a description of most project books offered or check out the 4-H Mall for a list of National 4-H books available.

Click the image below to view the project book. To save, right click on an image below and select "Save Target As..." Adobe Acrobat Reader is required to view the online books. To obtain a hard copy or purchase a National 4-H project book, please contactc your local 4-H agent.

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Last Updated: 7/28/2015 1:06:22 PM

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