Youth

Organizations

4-H - Youth Department, Purdue University, Wayne County Extension Office

Boy Scouts of America - Crossroads of America Council

Boys & Girls Clubs of Wayne County

Girl Scouts of Central Indiana

Girl's, Inc.

Golay Community Center - provides recreational, educational, and fellowship opportunities to the people of Western Wayne County.

Hagerstown FFA - organization for high-school students interested in agriculture.

Youth As Resources - a forum for youth empowerment, which exists to provide grants for youth led and youth initiated community service projects.

Opportunities

Phantoscope Film Festival - A Film Festival for High School Filmmakers
Festival Date: April 18, 2015;   Deadline for Submissions: February 1, 2015

Health & Welfare

Adolescence Directory On-Line - electronic guide to information on adolescent issues. It is a service of the Center for Adolescent Studies at Indiana University.

Indiana Teen Driver's Guide

Employment

Guide to the Business of Baby-sitting - information on business practices, safety and activities suggestions.

Child Labor Information - information for teens, parents, schools, and employers from the IN Department of Labor.

Agencies

Indiana Youth Institute - serves the institutions and people of Indiana who work on their behalf.

Indiana Youth Services Organization - advocates and supports Indiana's Youth Service Bureaus and the children and families they serve.

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Did You Know?

Wayne County, Indiana is home to three universities. Indiana University East, Earlham College, and Ivy Tech Community College as well as two seminaries, Earlham School of Religion [Quaker] and Bethany Theological Seminary [Church of the Brethren].