Youth who have completed at least one year of project work through age 13 as of January 1st, 2023 are invited to record their 4-H accomplishments on the 2023 Fairfield County Junior Achievement Form! Achievement Forms are now available on our website under Member Resources. Or access here. Trip Awards are also available to Junior Achievement Form applicants for Carving New Ideas Workshop and the Junior Shooting Sports Education Camp (age/grade requirements and 4-H involvement are considered for trip award selection).
We also invite you to learn more about completion of this 4-H award form by attending the Junior Achievement Form Workshop on Thursday, December 8th at 6:00 p.m. at the Fairfield County Extension Office/Ag Center. Get ideas on how to fill out this form and WHY 4-H award forms are important! (see attached flyer)
Furthermore, if a 4-H member in your family has reached the age of 13 of January 1st 2023, they might find a few of the older youth opportunities of interest. Please consider age requirements accordingly for joining the following groups:
- Junior Leaders (join at any time once you reach the age of 13 – contact Aubry Fowler for more info.
- Junior Fair Board (application is due January 13th) – must be 14 by October 1st of 2023 to apply.
- Fashion & Nutrition Board (application is due January 13th) – must be 13 to apply.
- Camp Counselor (application is due January 13th) – must be 14 and older.
We look forward to hearing from you. If you have any question or need assistance with any applications or forms, feel free to call or email Leslie (740-277-4625) at email@example.com or Aubry (740-277-4626) at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We encourage you all to broaden your 4-H experience and try something new. We think you will find many new friends and much more fun ahead!