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Codes of Conduct

The University of Minnesota Extension 4-H Youth Development program (Minnesota 4-H) builds engaged young people who are able to learn and lead in a global society, educates adults to work effectively with youth, and partners with communities to create supportive social environments that help youth thrive.

A standard of behavior for all individuals involved in our program is one of the key components for creating a welcoming learning environment that is physically and emotionally safe. Any individual participating and/or volunteering with the Minnesota 4-H program at any level (individual, club, county, regional, state, national and international) is subject to the behavior standards and rules governing participation and involvement as outlined in the Minnesota 4-H Code of Conduct.

In addition to the Minnesota 4-H Code of Conduct there may be additional policies, rules, and procedures relating to specific 4-H events and activities that will also apply to those events/activities.




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