To meet the challenge of engaging youth in civic renewal work while helping them develop the skills and capacities needed for lifelong public contribution, all youth-related organizations and institutions must embrace a new commitment to deepen their public missions. With its powerful heritage, its far-reaching presence in American life, and its tremendous reservoir of resources and talent, 4-H could and should take a major leadership role in pursuing this commitment.
Organizing Head, Heart, Hands, and Health for Larger Service: The Public Value of 4-H Youth Development Work.
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