4-H Teen Council

4-H Teen Council at Swaner Preserve and EcoCentercanoeing

4-H Teen Council is a club for high school students (Grades 9-12) in Summit County. Teen Council members develop leadership skills, advise on youth education programs at Swaner Preserve and EcoCenter, and complete community education and service projects. The club offers a fun way for teens to meet new people, boost their resume, build their leadership skills, and get involved in their community.

Teen Council members plan their own community service projects, volunteer for education programs at Swaner, and have the opportunity to participate in State-wide 4-H programs such as Mock Legislature, Teen Leadership Training, State Contests, Teen Winter Retreat, and much more!

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Teen Council generally meets on the 3rd Thursday of each month at 6:00 pm at the Swaner EcoCenter in Kimball Junction.  It is free to join, but there may be occasional costs associated with club activties. If you are interested, we encourage you to attend one of our meetings to see what we are all about. Meeting times and locations are subject to change, however, so call or email first to find out meeting specifics. To see upcoming teen council meetings and events, visit our calendar.

Teens must apply to join the club. The Application form can be found here. Members must also fill out the 4-H Member Registration Form and Code of Conduct. Email or mail completed forms to Katherine Veeder at katherine.veeder@usu.edu or 1258 Center Drive, Park City, UT 84098 or drop forms by the EcoCenter during open hours.

For questions regarding 4-H Teen Council contact Katherine Veeder at 435-797-8942 or katherine.veeder@usu.edu.

Check out 4-H in the state of Utah here!