Wyoming Boys' State, held annually in June, is a chance for high school juniors from across the state to participate in a week's worth of activities to gain knowledge of their state and its governmental structure. Delegates learn first-hand how government works, experiencing what it takes to create and enact laws. The week emphasizes leadership, civic engagement and patriotism.
Speakers include officials from city, county, state and federal levels of government who represent executive, legislative and judicial branches. In the process of working together, the delegates develop life-long friendships.
The week culminates with a visit to the State Capitol in Cheyenne, where Delegates occupy the House and Senate Chambers, as well as the various offices and agencies of Wyoming's government. Delegates have the opportunity to meet the governor and many of his staff members in this full day of activities.