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4-H Day at the Capitol is an annual event where 10 lucky youth from Oklahoma will be able to join a "Day at the Capital." 4-H Day at the Capitol is a 4-H civic engagement opportunity where youth are able to learn how to make a positive difference by engaging in learning opportunities that give them a heightened sense of responsibility and capacity to connect as active members of their communities, nation and world.

 

There are 4 key focus areas of civic engagement: community engagement, service, civic education and personal development. Examples of each focus area:

 

Community Engagement

  • Youth Voice and Choice
  • Informed Decision Making
  • Social Justice

Service

  • Community Service
  • Service Learning
  • Community youth development

Civic Education

  • Government principles, processes, and structures
  • History and cultural heritage
  • Personal roles and responsibilities

Personal Development

  • Leadership
  • Character development
  • Critical thinking and problem solving

 

There is an application process and selection committee. Applicants for 4-H Day at the Capitol must be 14 years of age by September 1 of each year and must have an active status in 4HOnline.

 

Only complete applications will be considered for one of the 10 spots for 4-H Day at the Capitol. A complete applications is:

  • Application Form (application can be no longer 4 pages)
  • Letter of Recommendation from Extension Educator

 

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