4-H Afterschool SNACs are student led 4-H clubs that promote leadership skills that focus on healthy living, nutrition, physical activity, cooking, and public speaking.
4-H SNAC Clubs are the result of a collaboration among University of Nevada, Reno Extension 4-H, Health and Nutrition, University of California, Agriculture and Natural Resources (UCANR), community-based organizations, and volunteers made possible by funding from a CYFAR (Children, Youth, and Families at Risk) grant.
4-H SNAC members complete youth-driven projects to enhance the school wellness environment. They learn by completing hands on projects with the guidance of an adult. These projects encourage 4-H SNAC members to learn how to make good choices, think critically, and become leaders.