Getting Involved in Your OWN County!
There are many ways to get involved right here in your own backyard! Here are just a few ideas:
Together, the 4-H club officer team is responsible for the administration of the 4-H club and its programs. Club officers plan and carry out community club meetings. This process engages officers by encouraging them to learn experientially. The officer advisor serves as a facilitator, counselor, resource provider, and coach to the officers.
For manuals, forms and many other resources check out the State 4-H Officer Page.
Leadership: Members can achieve a broad understanding of the meaning of leadership and the qualities of a leader while practicing leadership skills through various events and positions. LCORT and the State 4-H Leadership Conference give members the tools they need to be a leader both in 4-H and the world. To exercise these skills, 4-H has opportunities for members to hold offices and be Junior/Teen Leaders at the club, county, and state levels. For more information about leadership opportunities, contact your community club leader or check out the State 4-H websites Leadership & Speaking information.