Community Pride and Service Learning Project
Change a piece of your community, discover what it means to be an active citizen, and build a commitment to take action in new and exciting ways. In service learning, youth choose where and how to make a difference, and then carry out the plan. Learn how to identify community needs, plan a service project and execute your idea.
To view county or local club events, visit the county website.
Building Leadership and Understanding (BLU) is an exciting and fun leadership adventure. More than 400 youth from across Minnesota come together to learn and practice valuable leadership skills that they will use in their communities throughout their lives. More info.
Youth Exploring Leadership and Learning Out Loud! is an annual statewide, four-day leadership conference with group discussions, workshops, service opportunities, challenging speakers and hands-on activities designed for youth. More info.
The National 4-H Conference is a working conference in which youth and adults, at the invitation of the Secretary of Agriculture, assist in the development of recommendations to help guide 4-H Youth Development Programs nationally and in their communities. More info.
CWF is a citizen and leadership event for high school youth from across the United States. Youth learn about government, the legislative process, meet with elected officials and visit many national monuments and historical sites in Washington D.C. More info.
4-H plays a pivotal role in youth development and public education at the Minnesota State Fair. Over 7,000 4-H youth have the opportunity to interact with the public and educate fairgoers through 4-H exhibits, demonstrations, performances, and 4-H promotion. More info.
Some experience with community pride and service learning:
- Service Learning 1: Agents of Change (40 pages + CD) Find this in the 4-H Mall.
Looking for a challenge:
- Service Learning 2: Raise Your Voice (40 pages + CD) Find this in the 4-H Mall.
To get involved with the 4-H Community Pride-Service Learning Project, contact your county 4-H office.
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