Matt Hartman, an International 4-H Youth Exchange (IFYE) delegate, will be giving two presentations in the Terry High School study hall room on February 2 at 1 and 2 p.m.
Matt Hartman traveled to Scotland and Greece this past year for his IFYE experience. Since 1948, young people from the United States have traveled to countries on almost every continent through the IFYE program. Former Montana 4-H members, ages 19-30, live and work for three or six months with a series of host families in a country of their choice. This in-depth cultural experience is unique because participants truly "learn by doing." Upon the completion of the long-term exchanges, Montana delegates are required to report about their experiences to counties across the state.
Matt Hartman grew up in Havre, Montana. He enjoys the outdoors and anything to do with them hunting, fishing and going to the lakes in the summer. He graduated from MSU Northern in 2010 with an Associate’s degree in Auto body Refinishing. He enjoys traveling when he has the time to do so.
Published Jan. 26, 2011