Teens in 4-H
4-H youth are involved in significant leadership experiences across the state. Teens are leading 4-H clubs, organizing service projects, creating camping programs, mentoring younger members and speaking out for what they value.
Know Your Government
This statewide program gives youth in grades seven through 10 the opportunity to spend Presidents Day Weekend in Boise at the Idaho State Capital and Ada County Courthouse.
They’ll learn about the legislative and judicial branches of government, including hands-on experiences with state legislators and judges.
- Delegate Packet and Registration (PDF) (Word). Applications for the upcoming year will be available in October
- Adult Packet and Registration (PDF) (Word)
- KYG Dress Code (PDF)
- Idaho Map of Legislators (PDF)
- Teen Opportunities Pamphlet (PDF). This pamphlet outlines the opportunities in 4-H for teens at the local, state and national levels
- Teen Leadership Project. The leadership project is a project that coincides with being a teen leader within your county. Visit the UI Extension 4-H Youth Development website for more information.
Eastern Idaho State Fair Senior Scholarship
The Fair will provide six $1,000 scholarships for 4-H and FFA members in good standing. Scholarship applications become available in February.
Visit the UI Extension 4-H Youth Development website for more information.