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Learn how to be a Teen Advocate for Healthy Living. Apply to also receive a stipend for teaching in your community. Training will take place at 4-H Teen Conference, June 9-13, 2014, in Moscow. Teens will work with University of Idaho Extension faculty and staff to implement the 4-H Food Smart Families program. Plan and teach lessons to youth in summer programs that cover nutrition, food preparation, cooking, and shopping skills. Coordinate community service projects while providing a safe, caring, and enriching environment.
Note: The 4-H Youth Program Internship position is for 20-100 hours at a stipend rate of $8/hour of service. Teen advocates will serve in their community as determined by the Extension educator or staff.