4-H Civic Engagement: Community Change Starts with Me!

This workshop allowed youth to participate in a poverty simulation to learn about real issues faced by a person living in poverty. Youth connected with statewide service organizations whose mission is to assist others. Youth created action plans designed to help them make a positive change in their community, because community change starts with youth!

2020 4-H Civic Engagement Workshop Resources

Day 1 of Virtual Civic Engagement Workshop


Day 2 of Virtual Civic Engagement Workshop


Day 3 of Virtual Civic Engagement Workshop

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