Civic engagement is the broadest mission mandate; it incorporates youth voice, leadership, respect, history, community youth development, SET, and Healthy Lifestyles. According to National 4-H, 4-H Citizenship is the knowledge, skills, attitudes and motivation that give youth the capacity to move beyond one's individual self-interest and to be committed to the well-being of some larger group. 4-H Citizenship incorporates civic engagement, civic education, service, and personal development.
How to explain 4-H Civic Engagement
Citizenship National Logic Model includes the National 4-H Citizenship Logic Model, definitions, and logic models for civic education, civic engagement, service, and professional development.
Youth Adult Partnerships for Organizational and Community Change
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CYFAR Common Measures
University of Minnesota Brown Bag Series "Eyes on the Future: Young People as Contributors to Society"
CRYWM Session 1 Handouts (1).pdfCultivating Community.pdf
Review form for Teaching Standards of Service-Learning March 2013.docx
4-H Youth Retention Brief--DRAFT--10.10.12.pdf
Volunteer Recruitment and Retention--DRAFT--10.10.12.pdf
Volunteer Training brief -- DRAFT--10.10.12.pdf