Youth Development Program
Smith County 4H clients consists of 3,300 youth and 100 registered adult volunteers. All youth are considered “at risk”. Program offers monthly meetings as an opportunity for members to develop life and leadership skills. Club programs primarily focus on community service, citizenship, and leadership through 4-H project work. Curriculum enrichment programs for schools are conducted by County Extension Agents, 4-H volunteers, and school teachers in order to teach students a wide array of topics ranging from literacy, to healthy lifestyles, to character education. Educational programs and modules are taken directly to the schools as well as other outlets, such as health fairs, special events, and the East Texas State Fair.
Director: Skyler Shively firstname.lastname@example.org
Mission/Vision: Prepare youth to meet the challenges of childhood, adolescence, and adulthood through a coordinated, long-term, progressive series of educational experiences that enhance life skills and develop social, emotional, physical, and cognitive competencies.
About: Smith County 4-H is a Youth Organization its youth members lead. It promotes leadership and responsibility by utilizing projects kids can compete in and with.
4-H is a community of young people across America who are learning leadership, citizenship, and life skills. Any youth may become a member of 4-H when they have reached 9 or 8 years of age and have entered the third grade.
Phone: (903) 590-2980
Location: 1517 W Front St, Ste 116 Tyler, TX 75702
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