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4-H is a national youth organization that prepares young people to step up to the challenges in their workplace, community, and the world.
The NFL PLAY 60 Invention Contest is a national contest for kids ages 6-13 to use their imagination and develop new ways to stay active and healthy. The contest encourages kids to create a fun idea for a fitness focused game, equipment or football-themed training gear.
Whether you volunteer with a local organization or created your own program, Amway wants to hear what you've done to help improve your community and give back. You could be one of 10 winners to receive $10,000 to give to the nonprofit of your choice. Five grand prize winners also will win a trip to Free the Children's We Day Minnesota youth empowerment event on October 8, 2013. Amway’s Who Cares Challenge is open to youth ages 13-22 in the United States and Canada. For more information abotu this opportunity and to submit an entry visit Amway's Who Cares Challenge homepage.
Students enter by submitting a video of you singing the National Anthem or enter in person at an FFA or NAMA convention. Videos will be posted online for popular voting. The five videos with the most votes will be judged by a special music panel to determine the four overall finalists. The four finalists will travel to Nashville for a recording session with a professional music producer. Online voting will determine the grand prize winner. Videos must be received by June 15. Must be a member of a national ag-related student organization such as FFA, 4-H or NAMA to enter. For more information and to submit your video visit the FMC Stand and Be Heard Anthem Singing Contest.
In a safe and enriching environment, 4-H brings youth and adults together to learn everyday skills with hands-on learning. Working on activities from animal and plant sciences to robotics, 4-H’ers learn problem-solving skills that can make a positive impact upon their community. 4-H helps youth:
Learn about the history of 4-H and how we works to generate positive change in the lives of America’s youth, through the partnerships with land-grant universities and the Cooperative Extension System.According to the 4-H Study of Positive Youth Development, 4-H youth are 1.6 times more likely to be at the highest levels of positive development.In a safe and enriching environment, 4-H brings youth and adults together to learn everyday skills for living.
Interested in joining 4-H? We have all kinds of interactive, hands-on activities that develop leadership, citizenship, and life skills to help you reach your full potential.
Here's just a small sample:
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