Summer Conference

  • June 21-24, 2017 
  • Held on the beautiful OSU Campus
  • Registration fee only $200 - Scholarships may be available; apply by May 1 for full consideration

To Register:

Registration Process

Step 1            Complete this form and return to the Clackamas County Extension Office by May 2. 
Recommended: Return the Climbing Waiver as well.
Step 2             The Extension Office will calculate your final payment amount on or after May 3.
Payment must be made by cash, check or money order payable to Clackamas County 4-H Association 
(CC4HA). Payment is due by May 13.
Step 3             Online registration opens at 8:00am May 15. You will be provided with an access 
code to be able to submit the online registration. Bus registration is also online.
Online registration instructions and detailed list of classes can be found at:  
http://oregon.4h.oregonstate.edu/4h-summer-conference
  1. Complete the Clackamas County Registration Form and return to the Clackamas County Extension Office by May 1. Recommended: Return the Climbing Waiver as well.
  2. The Extension Office will calculate your final payment amount by May 3.Payment must be made by cash, check or money order payable to Clackamas County 4-H Association (CC4HA). Payment is due by May 12.
  3. You will be emailed an access code before online registration opens at 7:00 am, May 15. You must registrater yourself online, and classes are first-come, first-served. Bus registration is also online.Online registration instructions and detailed list of classes can be found at:  http://oregon.4h.oregonstate.edu/special-events/summer-conference

 

You will not be able to complete your online registration and select your workshops unless you have completed the Clackamas County Registration Form and made your payment and received the access code.

 

Summer Conference is an opportunity for youth grades 7-12 to travel to Corvallis, explore campus life, make new friends, learn, and have a lot of fun. While here, participants attend workshops on a wide variety of subjects. Over 80 classes are offered including dog agility, an agricultural tour, animal anatomy, geocaching, origami, and impromptu speaking.

In addition to attending workshops, participants will hear a nationally acclaimed speaker, participate in a Community Service project, and enjoy many fun activities such as a pool party and dance.

Members arrive on campus early Wednesday afternoon, either through their own transportation or on the summer conference charter buses, then stay in a campus dorm and eat at a dining hall. The conference is capped off with a closing program Saturday morning where new state ambassadors and national congress delegates are announced.

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