National Youth Ambassadors Celebrate National Ag Day

The nation’s capital turned green for agriculture on March 18 for National Ag Day. National Grange Youth Ambassadors Cassidy Cheddar of Elizabethtown, Pa. and Derek Snyder of Boiling Springs, Pa. joined more than 100 college students to deliver a message for agriculture to their legislators.

Regional Youth Conferences

Regional conferences will be held in six regions of the nation. The regional conferences will include workshops which youth and young adults and older Junior Grangers will be able to utilized in their own states and communities.

Youth Officer Team open 148th National Grange Session

A 17-member youth officer team opens the 148th Annual National Grange Session in the fourth degree, performing a drill drafted by Heather Druckenmiller and Emma Edelen.

Youth Service Project helps Veterans

Grange Youth from across the nation went to the Ohio Veterans Home to participate in a community service project on Thursday after touring a NASA facility in Sandusky, Ohio.

Join today and gain a friend forever

Youth and young adults from across the country arrive at National Session to participate in fellowship with other Grangers, community service projects, leadership and membership development workshops.

What is Grange Youth? I'm glad you asked!

The National Grange Youth program is designed to provide leadership training and life skills training opportunities. There are only two programs that are age specific; all programs are open to all Grange members regardless of age.

The goals of the National Grange Youth Development department include providing leadership training through a variety of opportunities such as: Regional Conferences, Ambassador Program, John Trimble Legislative Experience, Mentoring Programs and The National Convention, just to name a few.

Individual life skills are developed through the Achievement Award Program which offers opportunities for exploration in public speaking, communication (Sign-A-Song and Foreign Language), critical thinking, mentoring, and career exploration.

Those who desire to learn more about our organization can build pride and knowledge through a Current Events and Grange Trivia Challenge.

We work with the Junior Grange department in creating opportunities for older Junior Grange members to begin their transition into the Subordinate Grange by encouraging youth to be mentors to those older juniors and by providing opportunities for them to become involved in the Achievement Award Program.