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Wake County 4-H for Teens

Youth In Transition works with children and youth who are involved with child welfare and/or juvenile court, and those who are homeless. 4-H provides life skill education topics such as financial literacy, independent living, conflict resolution, college preparation and more.

Liberation Out Loud is a group for high school students that will support them as they find ways to use their passions and talents to work for collective liberation by showing up for their communities and each other. LOL helps high schoolers connect their passions with opportunities to serve their community and work for social justice.

Wake County 4-H Teen Council helps build skills such as leadership, citizenship, communication, financial management and self-resilience. Teens experience working with new, diverse peers through an informal self-governance style. Teen Council members meet monthly to plan and implement 4-H educational programs, as well as community service and social activities.

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Riley Holcraft, N.C. Cooperative ExtensionRiley HolcraftCommunications Specialist, Communications Call Riley Email Riley N.C. Cooperative Extension, Wake County Center
Page Last Updated: 11 months ago
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