Achievement Record Book

4-H ACHIEVEMENT RECORD BOOK—2015

THURSDAY - JULY 19 - 8:30 – 9:00 A.M. Project Check-in NOTEBOOKS

Comments from Judge – to be announced

 No State Fair Exhibits

 The Achievement Record Book is to assist you as a 4-H member with record keeping and will help with resume writing in later years. Also, it provides a detailed scrapbook of your 4-H Career. This form is designed so that you record all information now and important items can be selected later when working on Accomplishment Resumes.   When assembling your Achievement Record Book, include all years up to and including the present year. If you are beginning your Achievement Record Book after you have been in 4-H for several years, you may need to “lump” some years together—do the best you can!

 

Divisions 1, 2 & 3 - PROJECT COMPLETION:  Turn in completed record sheet to finish the project.

 EXHIBIT: Notebook containing: Cover, individual photo, record sheet, Experiences in 4-H, 4-H Leadership Experiences, Citizenship/Community Service, your 4-H Story (2 – 3 pages doubled spaced) and pictures. See manual for more information. On your story use no smaller than a 12 sized font; a size 14 font is preferred.

 

 Divisions 4 & above - PROJECT COMPLETION:  Turn in completed record sheet to finish the project.

 EXHIBIT:One or more notebooks containing: Cover, individual photo, information sheet, Experiences in 4-H, 4-H Leadership Experiences, Citizenship/Community Service, your 4-H Story (up to 5 pages doubled spaced) and pictures. See manual for more information.On your story, use no smaller than a 12 sized font; a size 14 font is preferred.

 

By Melva A Stamberger, Extension Educator - 4-H Youth Development
The Educational Store