Partnership Directory


We have collected hundreds of partners from across the state who have services or resources that can enrich out-of-school programming in a variety of ways:

  • Offering training on a topic
  • Curriculum to enrich a program
  • Services to offer families




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Yellowstone offered its Youth Conservation Corps (YCC) program for the 28th consecutive summer in 2017—a month-long residential program for young people between the ages of 15 and 18 years of age.

The YCC experience allows 62 teen enrollees and staff the opportunity to learn, work, and recreate in Yellowstone National Park. The program is challenging, educational, and fun, and offers participants opportunities to expand their horizons while building skills that will benefit them for a lifetime. No previous wilderness experience is required, but a willingness and ability to work in a physically active outdoor program, get along well with others, and maintain a positive attitude are essential for success.

(307) 344-7381

Career presenters include engineers, chemists, physicists, technical writers, technicians and math specialists. targeted specifically for female participants


Services available for out of school providers:

Natural Inquirer is a science journal written by Forest Service scientists for middle-school students.
FSNatureLIVE! brings together webinars and information about pollinators, climate change, wetlands, bats, bird migration, butterflies and rainforests.
North American Association for Environmental Educators has more than 5,400 links divided among 300 categories.
Find local resources and Forest Service educators
Professional development opportunities
Multimedia tools
Connect with our education partners

(800) 832-1355

The project connects students in the Lewis-Clark Valley with college and careers, especially in the areas of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM).

We provide information, individual services, field-trips and campus experiences to support the path of our students all the way through high school to college.

We work with students in Lewiston, Clarkston and Asotin school districts throughout their high school career on college preparation and support. Contact STEM Access.


Silver Valley Upward Bound is committed to ensuring that each student is provided with quality opportunity in education that allow for development of character and leadership skills that will prepare him or her for success in high school and college. Our mission is to assist low-income, first generation, college-bound students in the Silver Valley, which includes Kellogg and Wallace high schools.


Nations provides college preparatory support and guidance to students from groups that are traditionally underrepresented in postsecondary education. Nations is dedicated to working with its scholars to develop into their full potential as the future stewards of the community, our nation and are interconnected world.

Services include tutoring, counseling, mentoring, summer courses and financial literacy training. We strongly encourage all participants to actively engage in as many of these activities as services as possible. We serve students at Lakeside High School in Plummer, Potlatch Junior and Senior High School in Potlatch and Wapato High School in Wapato, Washington. Contact Nations Upward Bound.


The Educational Talent Search program identifies and assists eligible Kootenai County youths in sixth through 12th grades who have the potential to succeed in higher education, but because of their individual circumstances would likely not pursue postsecondary education. The program provides academic, career and financial counseling to its participants and encourages them to graduate from high school and continue on to and complete their postsecondary education.


Outreach adds value to our teaching and research activities by helping to build partnerships with stakeholders in Idaho and beyond.

Our outreach infrastructure includes campuses in Moscow, Boise, Idaho Falls and Coeur d’Alene; 42 county Extension offices; and multiple research and learning facilities.

Youth Programs:
Mental Health First Aid
4-H Programs
Ag Days
Dual Credit
Jazz Festival
McCall Outdoor Science School
Northwest Youth Financial Education
Women in Engineering Day
Junior Master Gardner

4-H programs are in every Idaho county. Youth from cities, suburbs, towns and rural settings participate. Participation is the key in 4-H. The more you do, the more you will get out of it and the more friends you will make.

4-H Afterschool works in over half of Idaho counties. It has put 4-H tested educational materials into Idaho schools and community centers since 1990.

The programs are run by staff and trained volunteers. Topics vary, but can include:

science and technology
visual, cultural and theater arts
financial literacy
food preparation
health and physical activity

4-H gives custom training to staff and volunteers at each site. 4-H curricula are age-appropriate and kid-tested.


The Y is committed to strengthening communities. Every day, we work side by side with our neighbors to make sure that everyone, regardless of age, income, or background, has the opportunity to have the Y experience. Our Financial Assistance program makes this possible.