Presentation on theme: "A brief introduction to leadership in Jackson County 4-H."— Presentation transcript:
A brief introduction to leadership in Jackson County 4-H
Jackson County 4-H: Provides progressive programming to enhance life skills for youth and families. Is dedicated to offering youth opportunities without discrimination for any reason. Is dedicated to the service of our community and to the enhancement of our public image.
National/State/Local Program UWEX Parents & Leaders Association
13 community clubs 11 active project groups 2 afterschool sites 4-H Youth Ambassadors Governing Documents Constitution/By-laws Financial Policy Membership Policy
Members 271Community Club members 85 4-H Afterschool members Volunteers 100 certified adult leaders
UWEX Staff 4-H Youth Development Agent 4-H Outreach AmeriCorps Member 4-H Outreach AmeriCorps VISTA Member 4-H Contracted Workers Treasurer Food stand manager(s) Plat Book Ad Sales Rep
Parents & Leaders Association Funds History Lunda Funds – Grants & personal donations Fundraising Efforts Financial Policy Annual Budget Project requests Fundraising vs. expenses Can apply for grants
Clubs & Projects All 4-H Community Clubs are chartered 3 project groups are chartered Horse Small Animal Dairy 8 project groups are NOT chartered Afterschool sites are NOT chartered
4-H Flyer – bi-monthly newsletter E-mail – notices & reminder as needed Facebook – Chris Clover Jackson Jackson County 4-H Webpage – http://jacksoncounty4h.wordpress.com http://jacksoncounty4h.wordpress.com UWEX Webpage – http://counties.uwex.edu/jackson/ http://counties.uwex.edu/jackson/
Attend monthly meetings Respond to board communications Participate in committee work Older Youth Committee Fundraising Committee Food Stand Committee Other committees as needed Represent 4-H in the community and represent the community back to 4-H
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