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Harrison County Junior Leader Meeting

what is junior leaders?

The Harrison County Junior Leaders typically meet on the 2nd Monday of each month starting at 7:00 PM at the Purdue Extension Harrison County Office at 247 Atwood Street in Corydon.

Junior Leaders must be in grade 7 or above, prior to January 1st.

As a 4-H Junior Leader, you will be able to:

  • Help older and younger 4-H members develop leadership skills and abilities by assuming responsibilities for your own program.
  • Achieve a broad understanding of the meaning of leadership and the qualities of a leader.
  • Understand and practice ethical character.
  • Participate in team building.
  • Encourage involvement by every individual.
  • Develop follow-through and responsibility.
  • Improve written, verbal and interpersonal communication skills.
  • Gain self-confidence and self-respect.
  • Practice and acquire leadership skills.
  • Think critically and problem-solve.
  • Develop and practice empathy for others.
  • Understand and develop a sense of belonging with others and your community.
  • Develop and improve your resume for college and work applications after high school.
  • Discover career pathways and get involved in your community through service-learning opportunities.
Interested in becoming a Junior Leader?

Join us for our next meeting! The Harrison County Junior Leaders typically meet on the 2nd Monday of each month starting at 7:00 PM at the Purdue Extension Harrison County Office at 247 Atwood Street in Corydon.

 

 

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