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.
WA State Equity & Inclusion Task Force: The purpose of the Washington State 4-H Teen Equity and Inclusion Task Force is to facilitate and support an inclusive 4-H youth organization. Using compassion and empathy, we strive to create an open and safe environment to celebrate and embrace our diversity.
2021 Leadership and Citizenship Project Info Page
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:
WSU State Leadership and Citizenship Resource Page
Know Your Government Conference
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:
Clallam County Fair
Extension programs and employment are available to all without discrimination. Evidence of noncompliance may be reported through your local Extension office.