The 2020 Ohio State Fair is quickly approaching. The State 4-H Office is still accepting applications for Educational Assistants for the 2020 Ohio State Fair. This is a paid position. The first day of work would be around July 25 and ending on August 9. Free housing is available in the Rhodes Center Dormitory, if needed. Please share this information with those that you think might have an interest. Interested individuals may contact Allen Auck at email@example.com.
Two Rabbits – Free to a Good Home! Harley and Henry Rabbit are in need of a loving home! Harley is a 4-year old Harlequin, and Henry is a 4-year old tan. Both are friendly and like kids. They are males, raised together, and good buddies. Both underwent recent vet check-up and are in good/condition/health. Please contact Diane at 614-207-1148 to arrange a visit to meet these two cuties! Prefer to give to someone who will take them both so they may continue to stay together. (Carroll area).
The Ohio State Fair is quickly approaching. The State 4-H Office is currently accepting applications for Educational Assistants for the 2020 Ohio State Fair. This is a paid position. The first day of work would be around July 25 and ending on August 9, 2019. Free housing is available in the Rhodes Center Dormitory. Please share this information with those that you think might have an interest. For more information, contact Allen Auck at firstname.lastname@example.org or 614-247-8148.
University Program Assistant, 100% FTE, 40 hour work week position in the Ohio State University Extension 4-H Youth Development State office. Provide assistance and office support to statewide programming efforts. Works with 4-H faculty and staff to assist teaching and facilitating details of teen leadership training events, registrations, State Leadership Camp, Making eXtreme Counselor (MXC) Workshop, and Teen Leadership Council, including but not limited to the teen luncheon at the Ohio 4-H Conference and state fair events. Assists in the evaluation and selection process of Teen Leaders. Provides office support to 4-H state level camping program, including Camp Facility Director’s training/meetings, affiliate entity reports, camp program director’s training. Requires occasional evening and weekend hours. Contact Hannah Epley.email@example.com for further information.
For complete position description and online application instructions, please go to www.jobsatosu.com and search by Job Opening Number 451396. To assure consideration you must apply by July 28, 2019. The Ohio State University is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation or identity, national origin, disability status, or protected veteran status.
Raise Your Hand Your Hand for 4-H
Raise your hand for 4-H and help Ohio 4-H win $20,000 to support 4-H programs in your county! 4-H members, volunteers, families, and friends can vote at http://4h.org/RaiseYourHand. Make the best better and vote by May 15!
Bring the World Home through Ohio 4-H!
Looking for some new fun and educational excitement this summer? How about hosting a boy or girl from Japan in your home for 3½ weeks? (July 24 – Aug. 18) The Ohio 4-H International Program is offering hosting opportunities to 75 families around the state, and Japanese youth on the other side of the world are anxiously waiting to learn who their new family might be! Host families should have their own child aged 10-15 who will serve as the main host sibling. Families will be matched with a Japanese youth of the same gender and approximate age. Special trips and activities are not required. The focus is on everyday family life. Host families provide lodging, meals, and any family activities. Medical insurance is provided. Youth bring money for personal spending (gifts, souvenirs, etc.) For more information, please visit Ohio 4-H International or contact Mary Lynn Thalheimer at firstname.lastname@example.org or 614-247-8162.
Passing on information from Sliver Pond Farm.
Dear Friend of 4H,
It is hard to believe we are in our 11th year supporting our youth with their Fair projects. For those of you that do not know us, we are Sliver Pond Farm. We too mentor the kids but our emphasis is primarily on market rabbits. In my program we educate the kids on the information they actually need to know to keep the animals healthy and on track for success. We do talk about what makes a good market rabbit, what the judge will be looking for and the judging scorecard plus what faults to look for when selecting their project. Yes you heard that correct, I do not assign rabbits. In my opinion the kids need to handle the animals, set them up and select their project based on our discussion. At the show they are to listen to the Judges’ comments. If they did not win, ask the winners to feel and compare so they better understand what to select in next year’s project. As I mentioned, this has been our program from the start. My new families just can’t believe what they come away with and are very thankful they made the journey. Many drive several hours! Those that repeat know what to expect but most participate again as a refresher. If I learn something new to help them be competitive, I do pass that right along in my sessions. To me the kids need to learn, have fun with the project and yes, hopefully do really well in your shows!
We are a major grower of Californian and New Zealand White commercial meat rabbits in Ohio. We are a member of the American Rabbit Breeders Association (ARBA). The rabbitry is registered and recognized by the ARBA and specializes in support of 4H and FFA Fair projects in Ohio in the Summer and Arkansas and Texas in the Winter for meat pens, roasters and single fryers. The rabbitry consists of over 250 breeding does supported by over 50 breeding bucks. We typically house well over 1000 rabbits. Our Fair breeding program is set after the Fair Manager convention in January so that we might support all County Fairs. Sliver Pond is a full service rabbitry being a grower, buyer and processor of unwanted rabbits for our meat business. In 2018 we purchased bid rabbits from two dozen Ohio Fairs.
Visit our websites at www.sliverpond.com, www.marketrabbits.com, www.ohiomeatrabbits.com or www.californianrabbits.com for more information. To reserve rabbits contact Tony at 419-560-1877 (call/text) or by email to email@example.com.
Please pass our information along as a source for project animals. Attached is a flyer to post or distribute. 2019 Sliver Pond Market Rabbit Post
Thank you for mentoring our young people,
Sliver Pond Farm
Mt. Gilead, Ohio
Ohio Farm Bureau Federation is seeking a highly motivated, detail oriented self-starter for a management position in Fairfield, Hocking, Pickaway and Ross counties. Must be willing to reside in the service area. For more information and to apply, click here.
Interested in sharing the 2019 camp experience with youth and volunteers from Athens, Fairfield, Pickaway, and Ross counties?
Consider joining our camp staff! Application links with deadlines are posted here:
2019 Ross Hocking Extension Camp Association Staff Application due February 1st, 2019. Staff positions available for Camp Manager, Assistant Camp Manager, Canteen Director/Activity Assistant, Recreation Director, Waterfront Director/Canteen Helper, Lifeguards/Canteen Helpers, Craft Director/Canteen Helper, Naturalist/Canteen Helper.
All positions are subject to changes and modifications after interviews. All positions will be responsible for helping with other camp duties as directed by the Camp Manager/Camp Director and may include basic health checks and cleaning duties.