Teen Choice is the Wake County 4-H Teen Program to help high school students prepare for college and careers. 

Community Service: Sparks in Progress
Upgrade your community service – find something that you are passionate about (we call that your Spark) and make a positive impact on others. The SIP Program helps high schoolers connect their Sparks with opportunities to serve. It also provides for designated times to gather with other high schoolers to share about your community service and gather ideas from the experiences of other high schoolers. Community service can be done individually or in groups.

Email Jamilia Martineau-Lopez for more information! 

4-H Teen Program Frequently Asked Questions  

 How old do you have to be to participate?
You must be a high school student to participate in the Wake County 4-H Teen Program. Homeschoolers and private school students are welcome, as are youth who are out of school.
Can I participate in more than one strand at a time?
4-H'ers are welcome to look at all of the strands, but we encourage you to choose one strand to focus on during each year of high school. You can participate in a 4-H club and the 4-H Teen Program at the same time.
What does it cost to participate?
There is not a fee to join the program, but individual activities may have a fee. Financial assistance is available as funds allow.

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