This is an activity-based club. There is no fair exhibit. Jr. Leaders must also participate in activities listed below to complete the project.
Jr. Leaders is an organized county-wide club that meets in addition to the local 4-H clubs. The activities encourage older 4-Hers to develop new knowledge and expand skills and attitudes related to leadership, citizenship, and service learning. Junior Leaders should strive to improve themselves and the community through their work with this group. However, there are minimum requirements listed in the Rules section. If these minimum requirements are not met, it may result in a poor score in your 4-H record and not being able to participate in the completion trip.
- Make new friends and develop the ability to work with others,
- Develop abilities to plan, organize, and reason,
- Help younger 4-H members have a great 4-H experience,
- And are active leaders in the community.
- Be enrolled in 4-H for the current year by January 15.
- Be in 7th grade or above.
- Be enrolled in and complete at least one additional 4-H project.
- Actively attend at least 50% of monthly club meetings (September-June).
- Complete activities from the Activity List below:
- Members in grades 9-12 must complete at least 8 activities
- Members in grades 7-8 must complete at least 4 activities
Hold a leadership position at the annual Project Fair
Hold a leadership role at the annual 1st Year Member Event
Hold a leadership role during Mini 4-H Workshops
Serve as a Junior Leader Officer
Serve as a 4-H Camp Counselor
Participate in fundraising efforts
Participate in service projects
Complete a demonstration at a monthly meeting
Participate in 4-H recruiting and promoting efforts
Assist with pre-fair judging
Assist with grandstand cleanup at the fair
Assist with the 4-H Council Pork Chop Supper
Serve as 4-H Building Host/Hostess during the fair
Attend State 4-H workshop or trip