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Juntos is a 4-H program to support academic success among Latino youth in grades 8-12. This program encourages families to gain the knowledge and skills they need to access higher education.

Four Parts of Juntos

Family Engagement

A teen boy wearing a green shirt stands between a girl near his age leaning her head towards his and an adult woman wearing a red coat and white hat.
Family engagement is the core of the Juntos program. Family nights and family events are enjoyed throughout the year.

Juntos 4-H Clubs

Seven teens in green 4-H shirts stand outside a wall.
Juntos focuses on tutoring, public speaking, life skills, and community service.

Monthly One-On-One Success Coaching and Mentoring

Two women smile at each other. One wears a dressy tank top and the other wears a cardigan. They have papers and pens spread out in front of them and library books in the background.
Youth are mentored by an adult who monitors their academic progress and coaches them to achieve academic goals.

Summer Programs

Hundreds of teens raise their hands in a cheering gesture. Most wear white or purple t-shirts and shorts. They stand outdoors in front of a building with columns.
4-H summer programs include travel and fun activities.

National Juntos

Juntos in Idaho is part of a program across the U.S. Learn how it makes a difference in North Carolina.

Introduction to Juntos

Hear from founders, parents and students in the North Carolina program

For more information contact

Judith Schoenfelder

4-H Program Specialist

Caldwell Complex



Judith Schoenfelder

Physical Address:

4-H Youth Development
Suite A-B
1904 E. Chicago Street
Caldwell ID 83605

Phone: 208-454-7655