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4-H members contribute hundreds of thousands of hours back to their community every year. Here is a selection of programs and curricula focused on helping youth engage and give back to their communities:
National 4-H Council hosts Citizenship Washington Focus for 4-H youth in the Washington, D.C.-area each summer. CWF provides a hands-on view of government through Capitol Hill visits, field trips, and other leadership opportunities.
Rural Youth Development focuses on providing holistic positive youth development opportunities to youth in rural areas. It also is based on the priorities that emerged from the National Conversation on Youth Development in the 21st Century.
The National 4-H Service Learning Curriculum helps middle school and high school youth plan their own service learning projects.
View the full listing of Citizenship Curricula
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