CYFAR Sustainable Community Projects Application Instructions
CYFAR provides funding for “Sustainable Community Projects” (SCP) to Cooperative Extension Services at 1862 and 1890 land-grant universities and colleges in states and territories having successfully completed five years of CYFAR programming for high need, vulnerable youth and families.
The following documents give an SCP overview and provide information and worksheets for states to use as they develop their new SCP proposals. The grant proposal deadline for 2011 submittal has passed
Logic Model Forms must be completed and returned as a PDF attachment to the CYFAR SCP application in Grants.gov.
CYFAR 101 Training Materials
CYFAR Professional Development and Technical Assistance Application Instructions
The CYFAR Professional Development and Technical Assistance grant program serves to capitalize on the existing national network of expertise found throughout the Cooperative Extension system including the federal partner USDA NIFA as well as faculty from the land-grant university departments of 4-H Youth Development, Family and Consumer Sciences, Community Development and Agriculture and Natural Resources. Partnering universities build connections, competency and capacity to work collaboratively to assist communities to develop and sustain holistic programs for children, youth and families at-risk who are under-served and under-represented.
The purpose of the CYFAR Professional Development and Technical Assistance (CYFAR-PDTA) grant is to provide for professional development and technical assistance to Sustainable Community Projects (SCPs) to ensure continued development and implementation of the CYFAR Sustainable Community program. CYFAR-PDTA collaboratively through the Extension system will provide the components of programming, evaluation, technology and technical assistance.
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