4-H Youth Development Program
4-H Youth Development Program
4-H Youth Development Program
University of California
4-H Youth Development Program

Washington Focus Intern

Washington Focus Intern

 

Citizenship Awareness

  • Learn more about the 4-H Citizenship Project.
  • Expand your understanding of democracy and see its inner workings.
  • Enrich your appreciation of your American heritage and history
  • Increase your awareness of current issues.

Leadership Skills

  • Coordinate activities and arrangements.
  • Help state delegations develop a Citizenship Plan of Action.
  • Interact with legislators.
  • Manage resources.
  • Plan and evaluate educational experiences.

Personal Enrichment

  • Meet stimulating people and journey to exciting places.
  • Network with 4-H leaders from throughout the nation.
  • Receive management and leadership training.

 

CWF PROGRAM ASSISTANTS

A National 4-H Council Program Assistant will become a licensed Class B Tour Guide for the District of Columbia metro area and will facilitate National 4-H Council’s educational curricula to groups of youth from across the country. These job functions are accomplished in collaboration with each group’s coordinator as well as Council program staff and planning staff. National 4-H Council programs are intense and exciting learning experiences for youth and adults from all over the United States and the world. Program Assistants make these programs successful by using their skills and knowledge to help the participants have the most educational and fun experience possible in Washington DC and at the National 4-H Youth Conference Center. The hours of a Program Assistant are very long, usually between 50-60 hours a week, and often include evenings, weekends and holidays.

Become a Washington Focus Intern!!

 

 

 

Contact Jenna Colburn at jcolburn@ucanr.edu or 530-750-1336

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