Officer Training Materials

Dear 4-H Officer:
How would you like to be the best president, vice-president, secretary, treasurer, reporter, historian, photographer or recreation leader your club has ever had?
Terrific!  Again, this year we are using an officer training correspondence course to train you in your role and responsibility as an officer.
The County Council challenges you to help plan your club’s activities and to be effective officers by setting a good example of how a business meeting should be conducted and proper etiquette for all club members.
Videos of Club Officers duties
Unsure of Parliamentary Procedure?  Try this and learn
Here’s how the officer training course works:
1.            Read through the information you received at your club’s installation of officers - it was titled “So You Are (your office) of Your Group”.   If you have misplaced your informational booklet, you may pick up a copy at the Extension Office so you can complete the sheet.
2.            Fill out and return the worksheet immediately (before December 15) to the Extension Office with any questions you have.  Our address is:
               Mills County Extension, PO Box 430 Malvern Iowa 51551
3.             We’ll check over the worksheet.
4.            Officers who return their worksheets will have completed the first step necessary to be recognized as an outstanding club officer.
Information on your office:
Vice President

Club Officer Training Resources

Come learn about your Leadership role for your 4-H Club as you have been elected to serve your club as a 4-H Club President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, Historian, News Reporter, or Recreation Leader. Watch the video and print off the helpful resouce sheets that will help you become acquainted with your leadership role.


Click on the links below to go to your Club Officer Webpage to learn about your responsibilities and opportunities in your leadership role:

Get Acquainted and Fun Club Games

Mock Meeting Scripts to Use or Adapt

Jeopardy Game with PowerPoint that can be adapted

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