Four 4-H youth participated in the CWSF as the winners of the 4-H Canada Science Fair. 4-H Canada was proud to have two 4-H PEI members, Neleah Lavoie and Megan Downe, bring home a Bronze Medal in the junior category for their project, “Reward vs. Punishment – Which is the better motivator?”
The 4-H Canada Science Fair is part of 4-H Canada’s ongoing commitment to furthering science and technology skills and knowledge development for youth through 4-H programming. In addition to youth programming, 4-H Canada is also striving to increase the capacity for skills and knowledge transfer in science and technology, by training adult 4-H volunteers across Canada to become Science Champions in their communities. Together, 4-H Canada and Bayer are looking forward to building upon a successful first year of programs, increasing the number of Science Champions across Canada and launching the second year of the 4-H Canada Science Fair to more 4-H youth.
To learn more about the 4-H Canada Science Fair and other science programming, please visit www.4-H-Canada.ca and please watch future eZines and our website for information about the next 4-H Canada Science Fair.