If you’re a teen interested in videos and filmmaking, you’ll want to apply to be part of the 4-H Film Crew! The crew will develop their skills in video production, editing, sound and writing to film 4-H youth from all over Ohio, and share their stories. Our first meeting is February 8, at the Nationwide & Ohio Farm Bureau 4-H Center and we’ll get together throughout the year, both virtually and in-person. Find the details at go.osu.edu/4hfilmcrew and apply by January 30.
On November 26, all students at Bethel-Tate High School experienced workforce readiness. Freshman completed the Real Colors® personality assessment. Sophomores visited Grant Career Center to learn about the programs offered while Juniors and Seniors participated in the Real Money. Real World. spending simulation.
Real Colors® is a fun, interactive workshop that provides participants with the skills to understand human behavior and can easily be incorporated into all aspects of your personal and professional life. Through Real Colors®, participants gain a new perspective on themselves and the things that are most important to them. This is a great activity to complete as a Freshman as it provides valuable skills and insights.
Real Money. Real World. spending simulation is an activity developed by OSU Extension professionals and is an interactive, hands-on classroom experience that gives young people the opportunity to make lifestyle and budget choices similar to those they will make as adults.
This day was a partnership between all program areas of OSU Extension Clermont County(4-H Youth Development, Agriculture & Natural Resources and Family & Consumer Science), Empower Youth and Bethel-Tate High School.
For more information on OSU Extension programming please contact our office at 513-732-7070 or visit our website at clermont.osu.edu. Follow us on our weekly blog by subscribing and by following us on Facebook and Twitter.
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The Ohio Military Kids (OMK) program has a full schedule planned for the 2020 event season. Ohio Military Kids is a partnership with Ohio State University Extension 4-H Youth Development and Family Readiness with Ohio National Guard. With this amazing partnership, Ohio Military Kids puts on several events throughout the state of Ohio. These events range from daylong educational programs, to overnights, to weekend camps, and even weeklong residential camps. These events are open to youth of military families, and they do not have to be a member of 4-H to participate. 4-H members and adults have the opportunity to volunteer for OMK events, including as camp counselors in the summer!
The mission of Ohio Military Kids is to support the youth of military families throughout the deployment cycle. Ohio 4-H is an essential supporter of the Ohio Military Kids Program and its mission. Ohio 4-H works hand-in-hand with Ohio National Guard to deliver fun and supportive programs to military families. With military youth in every county in Ohio, the partnership of 4-H to promote OMK opportunities to your military friends and neighbors in all 88 counties is appreciated!
Visit go.osu.edu/OMK for more information as you express your gratitude for those who serve our country and help us continue to grow the reach of Ohio Military Kids by sharing this website with a military family!
Saturday, November 23, from 10am-12pm in 4-H Hall.
Bring a sweater or sweatshirt to decorate. Admission is only $5 OR a jar of peanut butter AND jelly (NO glass jars) per person, and includes glitter, sequins, glue, paint and other supplies.
There will be cookie decorating, crafts, card making, song, dance and lots of holiday fun!!!
Are you interested in community service, government and advocacy? Apply to be part of the Ohio Youth Capital Challenge hosted by Ohio 4-H, FFA and Farm Bureau. Only 40 delegates will be selected to work with other teens in grades 9-12 to develop a policy that makes a difference in their community, travel to the State House in Columbus and meet with lawmakers. Find all the details at www.go.osu.edu/OYCC2020 and be a #4HTrueLeader!
Entry fee is only $5 or a jar of peanut butter AND jelly to support the Empower Youth food drive.
Prizes will be awarded for the Fastest, Furthest and Best Design. Thanks to our Race Sponsor: Stricker Auto Parts and Service!
Share your 4-H photos in celebration of National 4-H Week October 6-12, 2019! OSU Extension Clermont County is hosting a Facebook Photo Contest. Share a different photo(s) each day of the week with #Clermont4H for a chance to win fabulous prizes.
- Monday – Leadership
- Tuesday – 4-H Camp/Trips
- Wednesday – Projects
- Thursday – 4-H Alumni
- Friday – Clermont County Fair
To qualify for prizes and to make it easier for our daily National 4-H Week Photo Contest judge, we will create a facebook thread for each theme/day. Post your pictures in the comments of the appropriate theme/day (posted daily) with #Clermont4H. For every submission except Thursday, only current photos from 2019 will be considered for prizes.
A winner will be chosen each day and the five daily winners will be posted on facebook for fans to vote on the top, grand prize winner!
Junior Fair Board (JFB) is currently accepting applications for 2020. JFB members oversee many important tasks for the Clermont County Junior Fair. Members solicit award sponsorships, organize the awards and supplies for all youth events (pre-fair week and during the week), assist in the execution of various Junior Fair events and activities, and assist in planning before the fair for facilities, judges, rules, etc. They work in a cooperative effort with the Senior Fair Board, Senior Superintendents, Extension Office staff and club/chapter advisors.
Youth ages 13-18 who are involved in a youth organization are eligible to apply. Participation in the Junior Fair Board is a excellent opportunity for youth to development leadership and organizational skills; plus, it looks great on a resume! Applications are online this year and are due by Friday, October 11. Click the links below to apply.
- First time applicants must submit 1 personal reference; current members do NOT need to.
- Reference form link should be emailed to their reference to fill out.
- Questions: contact Pam Burns 513-265-3248, firstname.lastname@example.org
Ohio State University Extension Clermont County was proud to partner with OhioMeansJobs in the Summer Youth Employment Program. Ninety-two Clermont County youth were employed for nine weeks with 16 employment partners at 28 different work sites.
In addition to their employment tenure, participants attended off-site, bi-weekly training through the LOOK to Ohio Summer Youth Experience facilitated by OSU Extension Clermont County. LOOK (Leadership Opportunities for Organizational Knowledge) is a teen leadership and workforce preparation program developed to meet the demand to prepare teens for leadership today and into the future. Training covered topics such as identification of personality characteristics, career pathway research, resume writing, practicing personal communication skills and dining etiquette, helping ensure youth learned soft skills in addition to job skills.
The youth development program concluded with a half-day of goal setting and presentations followed by an awards ceremony to recognize participants’ success. Congratulations graduates!
Following are the Summer Employment partners who helped to create lasting memories and provided valuable training for Clermont County youth!
- Animal Rescue Fund (ARF)
- Batavia Local School District
- Batavia Swim Club
- Christman Outdoor Designs
- Clermont County Educational Service Center
- Clermont County YMCA
- Clermont Senior Services
- Empower Youth
- Felicity IGA
- Felicity-Franklin Local School District
- Franklin Township
- Goshen Local School District
- New Richmond Exempted Village School District
- Rivertown IGA
- Williamsburg Local Schools
- Clermont YMCA
- West Clermont School District
- Williamsburg Local School District