Making an Impact: 4-H March 2022

  • Ongoing facilitation support for 4-H Horse Project volunteers, providing them with resources and strategies to make sure youth have authentic leadership roles in the project. Authentic youth leadership creates a sense of belonging and strengthens local youth programming.
  • Recruitment of 7th grade youth to develop a Junior Youth Staff Team and 4-H Base Camp. Through participation as a Junior Staff Team Member youth will gain core leadership skills.
  • Support and leadership for the Sheboygan County 4-H Leaders Association, where we identified annual goals related to results from the 4-H Thriving Model Survey. SMART goals ensure we are able to measure our impact on youth development.
    Support and training for adult volunteers to prepare them for teaching project-based work at 4-H Project Day. Through this training, leaders will be prepared for leadership and ensure that it provides a positive experience for youth.