PLEASE NOTE: LET LYNN KNOW BY OCTOBER 30th IF YOU ARE ATTENDING THE ONE ON NOVEMBER 2nd
As a state requirement, each year one certified leader from each club needs to attend one official 4-H training. There are three times and topics being offered this fall, all in conjunction with other counties and 4-H programs nationally. Done with a live webinar, I will host each training in the lower level of the Rhinelander Oneida County Airport. For each evening, the time period is 5:45-7:30 p.m. There will need to be one person from the 4-H Bluejays club, one from the Lakeland Loons club, one from the Keep it in the Northwoods club, and one from from the Oneida County Leaders’ Association attending at least one of the trainings. Below is a description of the training options. Please let me know who will be attending from your club and which one or more of the 3 sessions that person will be going to. ~Lynn
November 2, 2017 “STEM”ming into Livestock- Growing True 4-H Leaders
Gather ideas for planning and organizing fun, educational and experiential learning
sessions for youth to become proficient in developing youth educational meetings.
Gain insight into basic livestock knowledge for engaging 4-H members to explore the
animal sciences and extend learning.
Receive research-based resources for engaging and broadening participants’
knowledge. All of this to assist volunteers to become competent in his/her chosen
topic and to grow as leaders.
December 7, 2017 “Helping 4-H’ers Grow in Life and Work”
How can volunteers impact the life and work of young people inside and outside 4-H?
Every youth, at any age, can begin to explore options for their own future. The
positive youth development environment of 4-H is the best place to begin and grow.
During this session volunteers will share ideas and see examples of successful
programming for diverse youth from across the nation to adapt and use.
Multiple presenters will share teaching tools, lesson plans, and discussion guides to
easily include career exploration into current 4-H programming. Growing life skills is
important for youth today, and in their future.