New York Life and Juntos 4‑H

The New York Life Foundation (NYL) and 4‑H Partnership has been in existence since 2005. Currently, the partnership focuses on the expansion of the Juntos 4‑H program and providing financial literacy educational programming in select communities across the United States. Hispanic youth and families are the primary audience and these programs will utilize New York Life employee volunteers to teach and mentor youth. This programming relies upon the commitment of the New York Life Latino Employee Resource Group and the agencies Latino Market Initiative to spearhead these efforts.

 

Watch Marlyn Torres Corporate Vice President and Senior Program Office Corporate Responsibility for the New York Life Foundation provide an overview of the NYL and 4‑H Partnership.

New York Life Engagement with 4‑H

Hector Vilchis, Corporate Vice President and Latino Market Manager for New York Life, outlines the role of the NYL engagement in the partnership with 4‑H.

High Quality Positive Youth Development

Edward Bender, Director of Corporate Employee Engagement at National 4‑H Council, provides a brief overview of 4‑H high quality positive youth development and the experiential learning model.

My Financial Future Curriculum

Tara Wheeler, Director of Curriculum Products at National 4‑H Council, describes the curriculum development process and the My Financial Future curriculum.

Volunteer with 4‑H

Yai Vargas and Suzanne Collins from New York Life explain the process of connecting as a volunteer with the 4‑H Partnership. If you are a New York Life Agent or Field Office Employee, or a New York Life employee, follow the easy step-by-step instructions.

Volunteer Roles

Learn about the types of roles New York Life volunteers can play in the New York Life 4‑H partnership.