4-H Resume Example (MS Word)
Opportunities and Awards
The following is a list of events and achievements that can only be obtained by participating in the interview process.
- Wisconsin 4-H Youth Conference (Madison, Grades 7-12)
- Lafayette County 4-H Youth Ambassador (Grades 7-12)
- Citizenship Washington Focus (Washington D.C., Grades 10-12)
- Leadership Washington Focus (Washington D.C., Grades 7-9)
- National 4-H Conference (Atlanta, GA, Grades 10-12)
- National 4-H Congress (Washington, D.C., Grades 10-12)
- 4-H Camp Counselor (Grades 9-13; at least 16 years of age)
- The Key Award (Grades 10-12)
- Step Into the Future Award (Grades 11-13)
- “Y-Knot” (STEM) Youth Leadership Regional Team (Grades 7-12)
LAFAYETTE COUNTY 4-H MEMBER OPPORTUNITIES
Wisconsin 4-H & Youth Conference-Held on the UW-Madison campus, June 26-29, 2017. The Wisconsin 4-H & Youth Conference is an excellent opportunity for 4-H’ers in grades 7-10. Youth have a chance to learn from and exchange ideas with 4-H’ers from around the state and experience a supervised college setting. Cost will be approximately $235. Please follow the link for more information: http://4h.uwex.edu/events/wisconsin-4-h-youth-conference/.
Citizenship Washington Focus-Citizenship Washington Focus is conducted by the National 4-H Foundation at the National 4-H Center, Washington, D.C. for youth in grades 10-12 to supplement citizenship training provided by Extension. Listening, learning, sharing, receiving, caring, and touring are all part of the 6-day learning experience. Visits to Capitol Hill, government departments, historic sites and memorials to Great Americans enhance the citizenship learning experience. Use the link for more information: http://www.4hcenter.org/youth-conference-center-overview/educational-programs/citizenship-washington-focus/
National 4-H Conference-Held in Washington, D.C., in April, for 10-12th graders. Six youth from the state of Wisconsin are selected to attend this working conference held at the National 4-H Center. Each participant selects an issue (i.e. education, promotion, environment, violence) and works with other youth from across the country to develop plans that help direct future 4-H programming. Delegates spend the majority of time contributing to stimulating task-oriented groups. One day is spent on Capitol Hill meeting with legislators and touring. Qualifications: must be in 10-12th grade during the program; maximum age is 18 as of January 1, 2017. Please follow the link for more information: http://4-h.org/parents/national-4-h-conference/.
National 4-H Congress-Held in Atlanta, Georgia, in November. Delegates participate in self-development seminars, tours, and a service project, while exchanging ideas with youth from across the country. Qualifications: must be in 10-12th grade at the time of selection; maximum age is 18 as of January 1, 2017. Please follow the link for more information: http://national4-hcongress.com/.
Leadership Washington Focus – Held in Washington D.C. July 17-21, 2017. For 4-H members entering grade 7-9. Please reference the article in the newsletter, or follow the link for more information: http://4-h.org/parents/leadership-washington-focus/.
4-H Camp Counselor-Youth who will be 16 by camp next summer can volunteer to be a summer camp counselor. Lafayette County will be working with Green and Iowa Counties to plan 4-H Camp. The youth will spend time at Upham Woods where they will be responsible for youth and will be teaching leadership, respect of nature, meeting new friends, and having a lot of fun in a beautiful outdoor setting. As a counselor, you will help supervise campers, coordinate events and provide a positive role model image. 2017 dates of camp TBA..
Key Award-The Key Award is given to outstanding 4-H members each year in grades 10-12. The Wisconsin Farm Bureau Federation, Rural Insurance Companies, Growmark Inc. and Midwest Livestock Producers sponsor this important leadership award. The purpose of the Key Award is to provide special recognition to 4-H members who have shown consistent growth in their 4-H program, who have developed the leadership ability, and who have been helpful members in their club and community. 2015 Recipients are recognized at the 4-H Recognition Banquet in October, 2016. Each recipient will receive a pin and key award certificate mounted in a frame.
Step Into the Future Award-This award is given to one or two outstanding older 4-H members each year. It is offered as recognition of excellence in character and well-balanced personal development, as well as demonstrated qualities of constructive leadership. 2015 Recipients are recognized at the 4-H Recognition Banquet in October, 2016.
Youth Voting Representatives to 4-H Leaders’ Association– One or two youth are selected to represent 4-H members at 4-H Leaders’ Association meetings. The meetings are held the 3rd Sunday of November, February, April, June, August, and September. They are held at 6:30 p.m. in Lafayette County Courthouse (Extension foyer), Darlington. Your responsibility will be to serve as a voice for 4-H members across Lafayette County.
“Y-Knot” (STEM) Team –2017. If you would like to be involved with STEM in Lafayette County, please stay tuned for more information. Check out STEM at: http://www.uwex.edu/ces/4h/set/index.cfm. Members of the 2017 team will be working with Lafayette County 4-H Members.
4-H Youth Ambassador – We WANT you!!! Be a leader and share your skills with younger 4-H members, net-work with other county Ambassadors, and build your resume! You will complete the application and interview on November 13th. Our first meeting will be in December – to plan our year! If you are only applying to become an Ambassador, then you do NOT need a letter of recommendation from your 4-H Club Leader.