Michigan 4-H Youth Leadership & Global Citizenship Spectacular
Date: January 17, 2015 - January 18, 2015
Location: Kettunen Center, 14901 4-H Drive, Tustin, MI, 49688
Contact: Brian Wibby, email@example.com, 906-475-5731
Who Should Attend?
The conference is open to youth, 4-H members and non-members, aged 12 (by Jan. 1, 2015) and older. The conference is also open to adult 4-H volunteers and MSU Extension youth educators and adults who work with youth in a variety of educational settings. The 2015 conference is for individuals who want to make a difference in their community and are willing to put into action the skills they learn and knowledge they gain.
The 2015 4-H Teen Leadership & Community Change Conference objectives are for participants to:
- Develop skills, knowledge and commitment in global citizenship and youth leadership.
- Give youth and adults the tools to start a citizenship, leadership and service program in their community or build on and enhance existing programs and activities.
- Discover ways to be an effective club member, leader and officer.
- Discover how to be a “Youth Leader in a Global World.”
- Meet and share ideas with 4-H teen and adult volunteers from around the state (and the world!).
- Develop a county plan of action for using your new knowledge and skills back home.
- Build skills for exploring and appreciating diversity and multiculturalism.
- Have fun!
Support for this workshop is provided by the Donald J. and John H. Hawkins Memorial Endowment Fund, the Henning Family Endowment Fund and the Turner-Ousterhout Endowed Fund.