|4-H Teen Conference
June 23 - 25, 2013
Washington State University
Fun! Workshops! Meet teens from throughout WA State!
For ALL youth who have completed grades 7 - 12 grades
(as of the end of THIS school year.)
Current 4-H "club" membership NOT required!
State 4-H Teen Opportunities
State 4-H Teen Page
Guide to Effective Youth/Adult Partnerships
Check out the 4-H state teen opportunities for fall 2011 at the 4-H website and go for a BIGGER piece of the Green!
WA State 4-H Teen Opportunities Calendar (Word)
State 4-H Ambassador Program
Lincoln-Adams youth in 7th - 10th grades
who have been active in 4-H for at least 2 years,
should contact Bridget Rohner (509)725-4171
National 4-H Congress is one of the premiere experiences for 4-H members across the country to participate in. For ninety years, members of the 4-H program have been gathering to celebrate the successes and accomplishments of 4-H at this event. National 4-H Congress provides a life-changing experience for youth to meet other 4-H members from across America, as they participate in educational workshops focusing on diversity, cultural experiences, leadership, team development, and of course having fun!
2013 National 4-H Conference
The National 4-H Conference was held at the National 4-H Youth Conference Center. The National 4-H Youth Conference Center is located in a quiet, 12-acre campus-like setting in Maryland, one mile from the nation's capital, making it the perfect gateway to Washington, D.C.'s leaders, monuments and museums. Now one of the largest non-academic youth education and conference facilities in America, the National 4-H Youth Conference Center has a colorful history that dates back more than a century. The Conference Center is operated by our private partner--National 4-H Council.
February 16 - 19, 2013
The 4-H Know Your Government
Conference empowers youth and adults
to engage in leadership, citizenship and
life skill development and application.
4-H State Ambassadors
State Ambassador Elections
The Washington State 4-H Ambassadors' goal is to promote and portray 4-H in a positive manner through cooperation and communication, leadership and planning. These teens, with advanced leadership skills, are responsible for planning 4-H Summer Conference, mentoring and training County Teen Representatives, supporting the KYG leadership team and informing county 4-H staff and youth of 4-H State and national events and leadership opportunities. Two to three teens are elected in the Fall of the year from each district for a 20 month term.
What will they bring to the State 4-H Program:
- -contribute enthusiasm and knowledge to the 4-H program
- -a role model to preteens and teens, throughout all levels of the program
- -recognize and utilize each others' strengths, contribute to positive youth-adult partnerships
- -a resource to the county, district, and state 4-H programs and staff
- -encourage other 4-H youth to develop leadership potential
- -creatively plan and facilitate district and state 4-H events
What will they receive from the experience?
- -improved communication skills
- -leadership opportunities in developing, organizing, facilitating and evaluating events
- -partnerships within and outside of the 4-H community
- -lifelong friendships
How do they apply?
- Submit an application, with requested signatures, to Jan Klein, State 4-H Teen Leadership Coordinator.
The application and more information on the WA State 4-H Ambassador Program is available is at http://4h.wsu.edu/StAmb/index.htm Once accepted, information will be sent on to the youth to prepare for the State Ambassador elections held at each District Rally.
WSU Financial Aid and Scholarship Resources
Attention Jr. Show of Spokane Participants
Jr. Show has Scholarships for graduating HS students who have participated in the Spokane Junior Livestock Show of Spokane for a minium of 3 years.
| NE District
4-H Teen Rally
Open to ALL Teens 7th & up
The 2012 NE District Rally was held November 2 - 4, 2012 at the Chewelah Peaks Learnin Center. Spokane County hosted.
What is 4-H Teen Rally? Teen Rally is an annual event where youth gather for fun, Interesting workshops and to hear motivational speakers. This year's rally included bonfires with s’mores, games, service project, ice breakers, time to hang with new friends, dance, nature walks, and more!
About District Rallies
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