Mark your calendars for a Multi-County 4-H Training on Thursday, February 28. Great way for 4-H Volunteers to get their mandatory Policy 1.50 Training (two sessions offered) and youth to get their Quality Assurance Training.
Register today at: go.osu.edu/2019multicountytraining
- Policy 1.50 – Two sessions offered. Come early for the 6:30 class.
- Livestock Updates and Quality Assurance – from Lizz Share, State Extension Specialist, 4-H/Youth Development Livestock and Food Animal Programs
- Cloverbud Volunteer Resources
- Cake Decorating & Creative Arts
- Teen Trips & Opportunities
- Growing Great Qualities in Kids
- How to Complete Your 4-H Project
Don’t miss this exciting opportunity for youth and adult volunteers!
For the second year, we will be offering a volunteer training with a youth component!
Training will take place February 28 at 7:00 p.m. at the Warren County Career Center. Please register at go.osu.edu/2019multicountytraining
Quality Assurance will be offered! Don’t miss out. An additional teen session would be for teen trips and state opportunities.
In addition, all volunteers still needing the required 1.50 training, this is the place to go. This will meet the annual requirement.
Additional breakout sessions include Cloverbud Volunteer training, Cake Decorating/Creative Arts updates, Growing Great Qualities in Kids, and Woodworking.
Don’t miss out!
Volunteer trainings start next week! It is hard to believe we are getting ready to start another great year of 4-H.
Just a reminder, here are the dates for volunteer trainings.
In addition, there is an online option for volunteers. Please see attachment for details.
Let us know if you have any questions!
Happy New Year!
Stay warm today and complete your required volunteer training from the comfort of your couch. For volunteers who have been active for 2016 and 2017 are able to complete required training online. Here are the directions. All training (in-person or online) must be completed by Feb. 22.