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Juntos National Movement

Since its beginning in 2007, the Juntos Program has evolved in programming and grown its reach beyond NC. As of 2021, the Juntos Program is in 15 states across the United States. In each state, the Juntos Program is supported by partners including National 4-H, USDA, land-grant universities, and Cooperative Extension networks to promote the growth and sustainability of the program.

Timeline of National Growth

2007

Family Engagement

Juntos began conducting organic and small-scale workshops for students and families in North Carolina.

2011

4-H Clubs & Summer Academy

Small grants (Department of Public Instruction/National 4-H Council) allowed Juntos NC to establish 4-H clubs and Summer Academy as program components.

2012

Oregon

Oregon State University implemented Juntos as a primary program to engage Latinx families.

2013

Success Coaching & Mentoring

The final element of Juntos was established: Success Coaching and Mentoring. USDA-CYFAR Project.

2015

New York & Texas

Juntos 4-H started in New York City and San Antonio, TX with support from National 4-H Council & NYL

2016 – 2017

Florida, Illinois, & California

National 4-H NYL Supported Expansion

2018

Idaho & NC

A USDA CYFAR grant provided the funds for a Juntos Program to be started in Idaho.

2019

Juntos Moves to DASA

Provost support moves program to DASA.

2020

Washington, Nevada, Indiana, & Wisconsin

Juntos 4-H started in Washington, Indiana with USDA-CYFAR. Nevada with state 4-H office support.

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2021

Colorado & Missouri

Missouri USDA CYFAR grant. Colorado supporting by their 4-H state leadership.

2022

Michigan, Arizona, & Kentucky

Michigan, Arizona, & Kentucky were trained in 2022. Support from 4-H state leadership.

2023

Juntos National Convening

154 participants – 65 youth, 13 states meet in person.

Map of National Juntos

Alabama, Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Missouri, Nebraska, Nevada, New York, North Carolina, Oregon, Texas, Washington, and Wisconsin
Click interactive map for each program’s contact information