San Luis Obispo County
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4-H Student Nutrition Advisory Council (SNAC)

4-H SNAC Clubs provide opportunities for youth in low-income settings to learn skills

Student-designed SNAC Logo
Student-designed SNAC Logo
related to healthy living, cooking, nutrition, physical activity, leadership, advocacy, and STEM. SNAC Youth participate in and lead hands-on project-based lessons. 4-H SNAC Clubs are a partnership between 4-H, UC CalFresh, school districts, community-based organizations, families, and volunteers. 

4-H SNAC Clubs include:

  • Staff support from UC CalFresh and UC 4-H Youth Development 
  • Partnership with schools in low-income communities
  • Club meetings during or after school
  • Annual club planning based on youth interest including a minimum of 6 hours of nutrition education, as well as presentation, leadership, and community service components.

SNAC in the Media

Nov 2017 Univision News Story about UC CalFresh and 4-H programming in Santa Maria-Bonita schools.


Nov 2017 Santa Maria Times article about 4-H SNAC Youth Leader Training


Nov 2017 Santa Maria Sun article about 4-H SNAC Youth Leader Training

Oceano Student Leaders Partner with SLO County Food Bank

4-H SNAC students practiced their nutrition, culinary and presentation skills this summer by partnering with the SLO County Food Bank to deliver nutrition education services to food bank clients.

Get to Know Your Salad Bar

Building Health Advocacy Skills

4-H Building Health Advocacy Skills

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