Jump to navigation. Vermont 4-H offers a wide variety of opportunities which enable teens to develop knowledge, skills, attitudes, and aspirations needed for success in the 21st century. TRY stands for Teens Reaching Youth and is an environmental leadership opportunity for youth in grades It is a teen-led environmental education program with an embedded service learning component designed to teach environmental literacy and responsibility to younger youth. TRY for the Environment includes five program areas—energy FUNdamentals, waste solutions, food systems, forest and trees and TRY 4-H20 —to connect young people to real-world environmental problems in which they can be key change agents helping to create real-world solutions.
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YA4-H! Youth Advocates for Health: Impact of a 4-H Teens-as-Teachers Program
OSU faculty and staff located in county Extension offices recruit and engage adult volunteers and teen leaders who provide leadership to educational programs for youth in local communities. Teen traffic offenders attending this program have typically been cited for speeding, stop sign violations, reckless operation, and other, similar moving violations. CARTEENS program topics include excessive speed, driving under the influence, seat belt safety use, consequences of unsafe decisions, dealing with peer pressure, understanding traffic laws, and recognizing and reacting to traffic signs and signals. In addition, communities are strengthened by bringing together teens and adults representing local agencies and organizations that are working to address this need. Teens also gain leadership, public speaking, and organizational skills. Data collected from 4-H CARTEENS participants indicate a significant reduction in second-time traffic offenses, increased use of safety belts, reduced drinking and driving, and an increased use of caution when driving. More than 80 percent of the participants in a recent survey said they planned to use more caution when driving and will increase their use of seat belts.
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Read more below about the groups and activities available at the club, county, state, and national levels. The project, which could range from teaching club members a new skill to training new club officers or planning an event, is evaluated throughout the year and recorded in the Teen Leadership Project Record Book. There is a cost to participate. The Discover the Leader in You! Offered in three sequential modules, this program is aimed at equipping young people to explore their vision and passion and to develop such key skills as: planning, decision making, critical thinking, goal setting, and problem solving.
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Hairston and Robertson looked for the winning design. Some tall, some short, some on feet, and some on wheels, the Lego chickens had taken disparate forms after the 4-H'ers talked and worked together on the challenge, comparing their mental pictures of chickens and reconciling their approaches for building one. Representing Virginia as 4-H CS Teen Leaders in the national collaboration, Hairston and Robertson are bringing lessons they've learned from the tech giant to kids in their community. And in workshops like the one they led at the Virginia 4-H Congress, the teens equip their peers from across the state to teach CS in turn.