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4-H Citizenship programs empower young people to be well-informed citizens who are actively engaged in their communities and the world.

By providing them with opportunities to connect to their communities and adult leaders, youth gain a clear understanding of their role in civic affairs and are able to build their decision-making ability.

This solid foundation helps youth understand and acquire the skills that will allow them to become astute leaders for the 21st Century.

Business and Citizenship
Build Your Future
Bully Prevention
Exploring 4-H
Food, Culture and Reading
Latino Cultural Arts
My Financial Future
Service Learning
We Connect
Workforce Readiness
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Click the project link to visit the project page and learn more!

Want to create you own Citizenship Project? Check out Self-Determined Projects.

Learn more about making informational posters with the Informational Poster Workshop. Topics covered include:

  • Picking a topic
  • Types of Posters
  • Do’s and Don’ts
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