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The Southern Region Teen Leadership Conference is a multi-state 4-H conference that was created to bring together 4-H teens and adults to empower & inspire them to make a positive change across the southern region through youth-adult partnerships. Started in 2005, this conference was designed by 4-H members at the National 4-H Conference to strengthen the leadership abilities and create ties of friendship and partnership between youth in the southern United States. Today, this conference brings together over 400 youth annually who share information about their state, their 4-H programs and who work to improve their leadership and learn effective methods of developing youth-adult partnerships.

The event is open to any Louisiana 4-H member ages 14-18 and forty (40) youth will be selected to represent Louisiana. To provide this opportunity to all youth, preference will be shown to first time participants.

Youth that were selected to serve as SRTLC Planning Committee members from Louisiana are: Mattie Miller, Lauren Poole and Victoria Wiggins.

Date of Event: September 22-25, 2022, Clyde M. York 4-H Center in Crossville, Tennessee.

Cost: Each participant is required to pay $350 by September 5, 2022. Registration fee covers lodging and meals while at the conference. Louisiana 4-H will offset the bus fees. Youth will be required to pay for meals to and from the conference


  • Application Submission Deadline-August 19
  • Participant Selection Announcement-August 26
  • Fees and paperwork must be submitted to Louisiana 4-H State Office-September 5, 2022

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