The Leadership in Action program is designed to recognize the work of Junior (7th – 8th grade) and Senior (9th – 12th grade) 4-H’ers as leaders in their communities. 4-H’ers will identify an issue or need in the community or an issue related to agriculture or the environment. Once this issue or need has been selected, the 4-H’er will determine ways to make a difference and then enact his/her plan. The process focuses on leadership engagement by the 4-H’er.

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State 4-H Congress also hosts our state level Leadership in Action competition. The 4-H Leadership in Action program is designed to recognize the work of 4-H’ers as leaders in their communities. These 4-H’ers have identified issues or needs in their community and have developed and implemented ways to make a difference. We will recognize our eight state finalists during the Tuesday evening Leadership Banquet. During this program, we will announce our two winners for state recognition. These winners will receive Master 4-H status, participate in the 4-H Parade of Winners during the Annual Banquet on Thursday night, and have the option of representing Georgia at National 4-H Conference in Chevy Chase, MD, or a $500 scholarship. Applications are due to Jason Estep via Qualtrics by 11:59 PM on Wednesday, April 4, 2018. This means that a signed electronic copy must be uploaded to the respective District’s Qualtrics link by Wednesday, April 4, 2018 at 11:59 PM (Your district’s link can be found in 4-H Event Registration). If you have any questions, please contact Jason.Estep@uga.edu.