Volunteer

Volunteer Training

2014 Volunteer Training Videos
4-H volunteers have 4 options for required training this year:                                            
You’ve Got 4-H Parents! Now What?? (how to engage parental support for your program)
Engaging Teens and Older Youth
Using Technology to Enhance Your 4-H Experience
Exploring the Science of 4-H Projects
Visit the webpage http://www.uwex.edu/ces/4h/ncrvd/ncrvd2013-14materials.cfm to acess your training video, handouts and resources.
Verification of participation to county office:  A volunteer who watches an archived webinar must send an email to their county office with the following information to get credit for participation in the training: Name, Title of webinar, Date viewed, Three things I learned or will use.

County 4-H News

April 11, 2014

Clayton County Extension is again offering the special broiler class for the 2014 Clayton County Fair.  The broiler project is an opportunity for a 4-H or FFA member to gain valuable experience in raising chicks to broiler-weight through partnership with a local sponsor. The deadline to order birds for the Special Broiler Project Class is May 15.

March 17, 2014

ISU Extension and Outreach in Region 4 is currently accepting applications for a Regional Youth and Nutrition Program Coordinator to serve six counties in northeast Iowa.  The position will provide regional educational program development and evaluation with a focus on nutrition education and 4-H youth development.

April 16, 2014

On April 12 twenty-nine Clayton County 4-H and FFA members weighed in 161 head for the 2014 swine derby show at the Clayton County Fair. This county fair competition uses the rate-of-gain and lean-gain-per-day along with visual appraisal by the judge for evaluation.

April 15, 2014

The Big Four Fairbook is now available online. The Big Four Fair will be held at the Big 4 Fairgrounds, Postville Iowa, June 20-22, 2014.  Continue on for more Big Four Fair information and for all of the great shows!

February 25, 2014

Northeast Iowa is planning an exciting festival of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) activities students and their families.  This free event, which takes place at the Northeast Iowa Community College (NICC) Wilder Business Center

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