Pulaski County Junior Leaders is a 4-H county project and club for 4-H members in Grades 7-12. Junior Leaders are youth volunteers who accept their responsibility to represent the Pulaski County 4-H Youth Development Program with dignity and pride by being positive role models for younger 4-H members. They assist Adult 4-H Leaders with their local 4-H Club meetings, organize several community service events, and help with project check-in and judging at the fair.
Jr. Leaders 4-H Project Requirements
The following are the requirements you will need to meet in order to complete the Jr. Leader project and/or hold an office in Jr. Leaders next year:
- Enroll in 4-H for the current year.
- Be in grades 7-12.
- Complete at least one 4-H project in addition to the Jr. Leaders project.
- Pay Jr. Leader club dues ($3 per year).
- Attend at least 4 Jr. Leader 4-H Club meetings. (One meeting may be excused by requesting and working extra assignments during pre-fair or fair.)
- Attend and actively participate in your local 4-H Club meetings during the year.
- Assist your local 4-H Club Leader as needed.
- Complete 6 of the activities in your 4-H Club that are listed in this manual. Have your adult 4-H Club Leader initial each activity & complete your Jr. Leader evaluation.
- Actively help with 4 additional county, area, state, and/or national 4-H Jr. Leader specific activities and fill-out the activity reflection form in order to receive credit.
- Assist with project check-in and judging at our county fair.
- Help raise funds for club community service projects and events.
Complete and submit your 4-H Jr. Leader manual on time. Your manual must be signed by your adult 4-H Club Leader and turned in to the 4-H Building by 4 PM on the last day of the fair in order to complete the Jr. Leader Project. If no manual is turned in, you will receive an incomplete for the project.
Jr. Leader Advisors:
Karen Good, email@example.com, 574-946-6641
Theresa Calloway, firstname.lastname@example.org 574-702-0123