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32,009 California 4-H Club Members

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  • 255,468 California Youth participate in

    University of California 4-H Youth Development Programs

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  • 91% of California 4-H Members

    report liking science

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  • 2X 4-H participants

    are 2X as likely as other youth to participate in science programs

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  • 1.7X 4-H participants

    are 1.7X as likely as other youth to plan to pursue a career in science

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  • 2X 4-H girls,

    compared to girls not in 4-H, are 2X as likely to have plans to pursue science careers

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  • 69% of California 4-H members

    believe science is useful for solving everyday problems

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  • 80% of 4-H members

    intend to finish college

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  • 76% of 4-H members have helped

    with a community service project related to science

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  • 58% of 4-H members

    have taught others about science

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  • 91% of 4-H members report wearing seatbelts

    vs. 83% of non-4-H members

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  • 4% of 4-H members reported smoking

    "occasionally" or "regularly"compared to 17% of non 4-H members

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  • 29% of 4-H members reported

    trying alcohol compared with 42% of non-4-H members

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  • 9% of 4-H members have tried

    marijuana compared to 22% of non 4-H members

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  • 84% of 4-Hers believe it is "quite important" or "extremely important"

    to make the world a better place to live vs. 73% of non-4-H members

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  • 12% of 4-Hers achieve higher levels of competence

    related to academic and social success

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  • 67% of youth in 4-H believe

    they can make a difference in their community

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  • 45% of 4-H youth feel they could

    influence political decisions vs 31% of non 4-H members

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