Informative 4-H Presentation​​​

Any 4-H member in grades 6-12 may participate in the Indiana State Fair informative presentation contest. This contest allows the 4-H member to present a topic of their choice related to a 4-H event, project, or activity to the audience. Examples of an informative 4-H presentation include the benefits of attending 4-H Round-Up, State 4-H Junior Leader Conference, Science Workshops, or Citizenship Washington Focus; the impact of a community service project on the 4-H members involved and their community; why a family should enroll their children in 4-H; how 4-H prepares a young person for the workforce or college, etc. Live animals are not permitted. There is no interaction with the audience. Junior members (grades 6-8) have 5-7 minutes to present their informative presentation, while senior members (grades 9-12) will present their informative presentation in 5-10 minutes. Questions may be asked of the contestants by the judges following the informative 4-H presentation. Categories will be Junior Individual and Senior Individual. There is no team category in Informative 4-H Presentation. A county may have no more than three (3) entries in each of the categories.​