See below for information on the Clallam County 4-H Leadership and Citizenship Projects:
Members must be enrolled in Leadership, Service Learning, KYG or Citizenship projects by June 1st.
Junior Leaders are intermediates (ages 11-13). Teen Leaders are seniors (ages 14-18). All intermediate and and senior members are encouraged to enroll in a Leadership project. Members who enroll in a Leadership project are members who take a role in leading the group or other members.
Know Your Government (KYG) is a “short term” project that meets at the County level. High School age members (grades 9-12) may participate. Youth do not need to be enrolled in a 4-H club to participate.
Ambassadors are members ages 14-18 years old. General focus is on fun and service to the community and other 4-H programs within the county, state, and nationally. Teens may be elected as representatives to the County 4-H Council, State Fair Board, or State 4-H Advisory Board.
Curriculum and resources are available for check out at the Clallam County 4-H Extension Office.
See links below for State 4-H Information and Resources:
There are many opportunities at the county level and beyond for participation in the 4-H Leadership special events. Examples include: District Teen Rallies, Teen summit, WA State 4-H Forum, Citizenship Washington Focus, and many more. Check out the State 4-H website for more information. Teen Leadership Opportunities
Clallam County Fair Information:
Extension programs and employment are available to all without discrimination. Evidence of noncompliance may be reported through your local Extension office.
Clallam County 4-H Clubs with Leadership and Citizenship projects:
4-H County Wide Opportunities:
T.L.C Teen Leadership Club
Rascals 4-H Club
East Port Angeles/Sequim Area:
Clallam County Shooting Sports
Port Angeles Area:
B.L.A.S.T Beginner’s Leadership Service Learning Team
Pony (Cattle) Express