Youth Ag Project Featured at National Dropout Prevention Conference

National Dropout Prevention Network

Kudos to Youth Agriculture Project staff and students!

Based on a review of research-proven programs that are successful with at-risk youth, TTC was recently chosen to make a presentation about our Youth Agriculture Project at the National Dropout Prevention Conference in Chicago.

Held just this past October 9-12, the conference showcased innovative programs from across the US that are achieving impressive results in preparing at-risk youth for success in school, college and work.

“We feel honored that the success of this Project is recognized at the national level,” said Executive Director Jack Glade.

Youth Agriculture Project Conference Presentation

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