Oakland County Advance Leadership Training

Date: June 21, 2016 - October 5, 2016
Time: 6-9 p.m.
Location: Oakland County Executive Office Building, Conference Center Building 41 West, 2100 Pontiac Lake Road, Waterford, MI 48328
Contact: Jason Scott, jscott@msu.edu,248-858-0892

The Oakland County 4-H adult leader training is a two-part workshop that provides essential information to help volunteers successfully work with young people using the 4-H method and philosophy of Positive Youth Development. As an adult volunteer attending these trainings you will build leadership skills, learn how to facilitate positive learning experiences for youth, and discover the endless opportunities in 4-H!

The first session will focus on Positive Youth Development and is a pre-requisite for the second session.

  • Session 1 Topics included: life skills, behavior management and an intro to experiential learning.
  • Session 2 Topics included: club structure and development, including: set-up, planning, financial management, Parliamentary procedures, and youth recognition.

These interactive sessions are a great introduction to the Oakland County 4-H Youth Development program and will help you become a super 4-H club leader or volunteer!

Cost: Free


Events Nearby

View more events