Learn, lead, and make a difference in your community through the 4-H citizenship project. As you learn more about your community and how to participate, you’ll learn about local government and Texas legislative process. Some 4-H members even decide to serve on community boards for parks or local groups like the Boys & Girls Club. Your leadership, communication, decision making skills will improve as you develop a sense of pride in your community.
This project is really what what you make it! You can choose to do a short or long project, but many 4-H members do citizenship activities throughout their 4-H career by participating in One Day 4-H, National 4-H Week, serving on local community government or with other community organizations. Make it what you want it to be! Talk to your club leader or your county agent about what you can do.
If you need any type of accommodation to participate in a program or have questions about the physical access provided for an event, please contact the AgriLife Extension agent in your county. Requests for accommodation should be made at the time of registration for the event or at least two weeks prior to the program or event.
National 4-H Week
Commissioner Court Interpretation Days
4-H Day at the Capitol
Texas 4-H Congress