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Florida 4-H Day at the Capitol

The 4-H Day at the Capitol Program provides youth with an opportunity to learn more about their state government and experience the political process first hand. 4-H members are highly encouraged to make an appointment with their representative, senator, or a legislative aide to talk about how the Florida 4-H Program has impacted their lives. During the day, participants will hear from public officials, spend time in the Capitol Building, and see their legislators in action.

  • Click HERE to check out photos from 4-H Day at the Capitol 2020.
Key QuestionsInformation
Who All registered 4-H members and volunteers
When

February 23, 2022, 

Check-in: 8:00a EST; Event Begins: 9:30a EST

Where The Florida Capitol - Tallahassee, FL
Cost $20 for all participants; additional $10 to reserve a seat on the bus
Registration Open in  4-H Online through February 9, 2022
Transportation Busses will be stopping at various locations throughout Florida. Check with your County 4-H Professional for further information. 
  • Preparing for Your In-Person Day at the Capitol Experience

    Check out the guidebook below for information on –

    • Schedule of the Day
    • Things to Consider
    • Dress to Impress
    • How to Prepare for 4-H Day at the Capitol
    • How to Meet with your Legislator
    • Discussion Points and What to Talk About
    • How to Greet a Legislator
    • Things to Do in Tallahassee
    • Share Your Story

    Florida 4-H Day at the Capitol Guidebook (***COMING SOON***)

  • Virtual Day at the Capitol Field Trip

    Can’t make it to Tallahassee? No problem!

    Check out the link below for a full virtual field trip that takes you through setting up virtual meetings with your legislators, exploring your local government, virtual tours, and hearing from your elected officials. Test out your knowledge by taking part in the trivia challenge and scavenger hunt!

    If you’re not sure on how this is beneficial for you, make sure to visit the Standards of Learning page that lays out which pieces of the site are aligned with Florida’s standards of learning.