Clover Call Podcast
This audio program explores the people and programs that make Indiana 4-H Youth Development such an important part of our communities.
Engaging Youth and Volunteers Virtually
Engaging Youth and Volunteers Virtually - PPT from 4-H Youth Staff Conference
Marion County 4-H Club Safety Plan - submitted by Ashley Shufflebarger, 4-H Extension Educator
Considerations for Staying Connected to 4-H Youth While Physically Apart
Resources developed by Minnesota 4-H designed to help 4-H Volunteers and Extension staff take necessary steps to ensure safety of youth in an online setting:
Organizing a Virtual 4-H Meeting
Resources from multiples sources to assist 4-H Volunteers and Extension staff with organizing virtual meetings and other opportunities for 4-H youth:
Resources to assist with setting up and operating a Zoom meeting:
Resources to assist with setting up and using Facebook Live to provide 4-H opportunities:
Virtual Meeting Activities
Resources from multiple sources designed to encourage interactivity and engagement among participants during virtual meetings:
Harrison County 4-H Zoom Club
Resources developed in Harrison County, IN, for youth participating in a virtual 4-H Zoom Club:
This page includes resources to help 4-H Clubs hold productive meetings. The resources were compiled by Purdue Extension 4-H Educators in Area 1.
Preparing for Lambing and Kidding Season
Fluid Power Action Challenge
Teens as Teachers Workshop
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