4-H members are encouraged to begin this project after their first year of 4-H. Select a project category and list life skills (see project manual-an example would be “responsibility”) acquired in all of the related project areas. Under each skill describe examples of the use of this life skill in your 4-H projects. You may enter up to three (3) separate resumes, each in a different category. 4-H’ers will learn how to develop documentation that can be used to apply for various 4-H scholarships in their advanced 4-H years. This project is especially helpful in preparing 4-H’ers for the Achievement Resume Scholarship.

PROJECT SUPERINTENDENT: Cathi Wahnsiedler, 317-849-7851,
and Lucy Wahnsiedler, 317-550-9440,

EXHIBIT CHECK-IN:    Sunday, July 10, 4-6 PM

JUDGING:                    Beginner Monday, July 11, 8:30 AM Open Judging
                                     Intermediate Monday, July 11, 9:00 AM Open Judging
                                     Advanced Monday, July 11, 10:00 AM Open Judging
RELEASE:                   Tuesday, July 19, 9-11 AM, and 5-7 PM

STATE FAIR ENTRY:   No entries, County Project Only


Contact Us

Department of Agronomy
915 W. State Street
West Lafayette, IN 47906
(765) 494-4773




PROJECT SUPERINTENDENT: Phil Anderson, 317-294-2775,

EXHIBIT CHECK-IN: 4-H Demonstration             Saturday, July 17, 10:30 A
JUDGING:               4-H Demonstration             Saturday, July 17, 11 AM, Open Judging
RELEASE:                Immediately following judging

STATE FAIR ENTRIES: Three (3) entries per category, with Beginners participating at County level only

Record Sheet - see manual Achievement Program sheet General 4-H Rules 

General 4-H Rules


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