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4-H Teen Teacher Corps

Our new 4-H Teen Teacher Corps is now taking applications for our Fall 2020 training cohort. 4-H Teen Teacher Corps members undergo a 25 hour training in the fall and are then placed in a community site where they help coach, teach, and mentor younger youth in one of three topic areas:

  1. Agriculture and Food Systems
  2. Cooking, Nutrition and Food Security
  3. Entrepreneurship and Community Engagement.  

The 4-H Teen Teacher Corps program is designed to give teens the opportunity to give back to their community, learn important job skills, explore career paths and earn a small stipend.  Now more than ever youth voice and youth action is needed in our communities to help find solutions to community problems.

Corps members strengthen communities one community at a time and develop leadership skills through direct, team-based service. 4-H Teen Corps help create a stronger future for our communities by mentoring younger youth in healthy food and healthy living.

To learn more about this program please sign up to join our  next information seminar email Nikki Cook .

4-H Teens Teachers is a national 4-H program that uses the same guiding principles throughout.  Check out the video below from Illinois 4-H that helps give you a better understanding of what 4-H Teen Teachers is all about.

You can also learn more about our program from Frequently Asked Questions.

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