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Findyouthinfo.gov

The Findyouthinfo.gov Web site is designed for anyone who cares about kids (6 to 18)—providers, parents, kids, and teens. You can find information to help you understand the issues that kids and teens face. You can also find out how to fund, start, and operate an after-school program. You don't even need to know which federal agency has the information you need; Findyouthinfo.gov searches the sites for the information requested most often and puts it into easy-to-use categories. Research studies, news, and publications are added as they are released.

Kids and teens can find many safe, fun, and enriching government Web sites that let them explore the wealth of information federal government agencies have to offer. Whether they are looking for help with their homework; reinforcing a skill they learned in school; researching a school term paper; looking for a job, college, or volunteer opportunities; researching a topic just because it is interesting; or just want to surf, the Kids and Teens links on Findyouthinfo.gov are waiting for them.

Parents can find information about a wide range of government resources on topics from child and adolescent development to how to help with homework to accommodations at federal parks.

NIFA is the USDA representative on the Findyouthinfo.gov design team and steering committee. The committees meet regularly to collect new information, ensure information is current, and design the overall framework for the Web site.

 

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