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Previous researchers found that youth in 4-H were four times more likely to actively contribute to their communities, two times more likely to be civically active, and five times more likely to graduate from college than non-4-H members. In addition, youth who were more actively involved in community engagement tended to perform at an increased academic achievement level and were more likely to go to college, according to previous studies. The results of the research reported here describeddoaj:6b53026e8bdd4337806c6ae9661b6581 fatcat:u3kxjkt4y5hqhdir24kzie3uau