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4-H Oregon Advancement Program
4-H advancement programs consists of a series of steps that provide a framework for progressive learning within a specific project area. Advancement programs encourage 4-H members to learn at their own speed based on their interests and abilities. Advancement programs are self-paced, and age and skill-level appropriate. Advancement programs can also be a tremendous help to members as they set their goals each year. Advancement programs are useful to Junior Leaders and more experienced 4-H members who wish to work with younger or less experienced members. In addition, advancement programs support continual project growth which is an important aspect when applying for 4-H College scholarships.
Once a member completes an advancement step, their 4-H leader signs off on their advancements. Once a leader has signed the advancement the record should be brought to the Extension Office and the member will receive a certificate to include in their record book.
The following is a list of advancement programs that are available at the Extensions Office. All the advancements may be found online with exception of the Generic Advancement Program and the Junior Leader Advancement.
- Meat Animal
- Junior Leader
- Foods and Nutrition
- Generic Advancement Program for all unlisted projects