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Members of a 4-H Club may be elected or appointed to an officer or committee chairman position. These leadership roles allow youth to begin learning responsibility and accountability as they take on these peer leadership roles. Through training and mentoring, 4-H officers and chairmen are taught the fundamentals of planning and conducting a business meeting, facilitating group discussion, and the basics of Robert's Rules of Order. Club Guide (PDF 282 kB)
The purpose of the South Carolina 4-H Senior Leadership Program is to enhance the leadership, citizenship, and communication skills of 4-H teens. Through this advanced communications training, teens are prepared to educate the public and other clubs about 4-H programs and important youth activities that 4-H has to offer. Senior Leaders are the 4-H spokespeople across the state. 4-H Senior Leadership Training will prepare youth to serve as assistants to the County 4-H Agent. Participants will create their own personal action plan of how they will carry out this new responsibility.
Training Outline (PDF 1.74 mB) - Sample Registration Flier (PDF 221 kB)
The purpose of the South Carolina 4-H Club Officer Training is to introduce youth to the importance of responsible leadership, how to organize a club meeting or activity, and how to practice their leadership skills in 4-H. Through leadership training, 4-H Officer Leaders will learn about parliamentary procedure, facilitating group work, and the connection between citizenship and leadership.
Training Outline (PDF 1.58 mB) - Sample Registration Flier (PDF 335 kB)
The purpose of 4-H Junior Leadership is to teach youth ages 11-13 the importance of understanding themselves as a leader, the value of teamwork, realistic goal setting, communication skills, community service learning, and money management. Through completion of a county-wide training, these youth will be prepared to assist their volunteer club leader with various aspects of club leadership and organization.
Training Outline (PDF 2.41 mB) - Sample Registration Flier (PDF 357 kB)
The purpose of the County 4-H Teen Council is to serve as the teen-age leadership team that assists in planning and implementing various countywide initiatives and events. Under the guidance of an adult volunteer advisor, these teens expand their leadership responsibilities as they become role models for the county-wide 4-H program. Handbook (226 KB, PDF).
The purpose of the 4-H Ambassador Program is to enhance and utilize the leadership, citizenship, and communication skills of 4-H teens and volunteers. They will then be prepared to actively educate the public about the South Carolina 4-H Program and the important youth and community issues 4-H addresses. Ambassadors are the public image of 4-H across the state.
Expectations and Guidelines (65.6 KB, PDF) - Job Description (31 KB, Word) - Application (43 KB, Word).
The goal of State 4-H Congress – a four day personal development conference - is to motivate teens to expand their 4-H knowledge and leadership skills while celebrating and recognizing teens who “make the best better”. Eligibility (PDF 27 kB) -Dress Code (PDF 41 kB)- Youth Health Form (PDF 106 kB) - Adult Health Form (PDF 51 kB)
Session 1 -June 17-23, 2018 and Session 2 - July 22-28, 2018 at Clemson University - Only 36 youth per week to come. Cost is $100 for the week - overnight Conference. Flyer for 2018
Experiences life on a college campus - Clemson University.
Apply by April 18, 2018. Will be notified by May 7 if accepted. Download the application and return completed form and essay by the due date. Either by Scan or fax. Scan - Lfrager@clemson.edu or Fax to 864-656-7595
Session 1 - June 24-29, 2018 at Camp Bob Cooper (Near Summerton, SC) and Session 2 - July 15-20, 2018 at Camp Long (Near Aiken, SC) Only 50 students per week and the cost is $100 for this overnight camp/leadership experience. Flyer for Middle School
Apply by April 18, 2018. The applicant will be notified by May 11, 2018. Download the application and return the completed form and essay by the due date. Either scan or fax. Scan to Lfrager@clemson.edu or Fax to 864-656-7595.
The purpose of the State 4-H Teen Council is to serve as the leadership team that plans, organizes and implements statewide teen initiatives and events. This includes State 4-H Congress.
CLICK HERE for the Guide to SC 4-H State Teen Council (including application, bylaws, election process and more)
National 4-H Conference is an intensive, week long leadership and citizenship program designed to involve teens, volunteers, and professionals in national and state program development. Through a variety of workshops, participants have an opportunity to advise and make recommendations on topics identified as important to 4-H. Issues are also discussed with legislators during Capitol Hill visits. Selection Information.
National 4-H Congress is a youth leadership development conference. It provides teens with a quality, educational, and service learning experience designed to develop a teen’s ability to become a capable, competent, and caring citizen. Selection Information.