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4-H Youth Development

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A Community of Leaders

Take a close look and you will see leadership taking place all throughout the 4-H community. 4-H club leaders with years of experience become conduits of knowledge and experience for new leaders coming in, new leaders bring fresh ideas and new perspectives…

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Parents train as club leaders and become one of the best prevention tools in their community by creating safe and meaningful clubs and opportunities for local youth.

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Teens plan service projects aimed at improving the quality of life where they live, they model and teach to the younger 4-H club members alongside the adult leaders and they create friendships of value to scaffold their journey into adulthood.

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Young members are encouraged to build confidence with public speaking about things they care about, and they learn early that success is about making goals and aspiring to meet them.

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When you look closely at 4-H you see the future being shaped today.


WSU Extension programs and employment are available to all without discrimination. Evidence of noncompliance may be reported through your local WSU Extension office.

 

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For more information:

Brenda Dunford
4-H Coordinator
brenda.dunford@wsu.edu
(360) 778-5817