Thursday, January 3, 2013

4-H Teen Leadership & Community Change Conference

4-H Teen Leadership & Community Change Conference

January 19-20, 2013

Kettunen  Center


Teens are you interested in being a leader in your club, community or school?  Do you want to be part of a movement where teens lead? If yes, to either if these questions, then we have a workshop for you!!!  It’s called the 4-H Teen Leadership & Community Change Conference on January 19-20, 2013 at Kettunen Center near Tustin, Michigan. Registration is open to teens (age 13 and up) and their adult chaperones.  Hurry, don’t delay, registration closes on January 9, 2013. 


Lodging, meals and fun (karaoke, dance, sledding and more) for just $58 if you are a 4-H member (the Marquette County 4-H Council can help with a scholarship) and $101.25 for non-4-H members.  You can access the conference announcement at the new Michigan 4-H Event Registration System or on Michigan’s 4-H Youth Development webpage at either or the secured website at Call your local 4-H office and they will be able to assist you.


Check out what’s happening at the conference….

v  Lead in Style: Duct Tape Sculptures

v  World Travelers: Geocaching & Travel Bugs

v  Backseat Driving-Allowing Youth to Take the Steering Wheel

v  Snowman and Snowshoes: Outdoor Winter Activities

v  World in Jeopardy!

v  Photovoice Project: Recording Your Life & Community

v  “Green” Youth Leadership

v  If I Ran for Office, I would….

v  Turtle Mythology: Youth Leaders in a Global World

v  Teen Leader Training: Communicating through Conflict, Generating Ideas & Moving to Action

v  Teen Leader Training: Officer Roles & Parliamentary Procedure

v  Who’s Behind the Mask? Make the Connection between Life Skills & 4-H

v  College & Career Skills through Community Service

v  Stars & Stripes: Engaging in Democracy

v  Global Teens: Michigan 4-H International Exchange Program

v  Open Your Home: Be a Host Sister or Brother

v  Smoothie Off!  And Other Healthy Living Challenges

v  Leadership through 4-H Animal Projects

v  Social Media & Leadership

v  Opportunities beyond the County Program



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