Youth Opportunities

4-H Summer Conference

OSU Campus - Corvallis, OR || June 27 - 30, 2018

Ages: Completed 7th grade and > 13 years old || Cost: $200 (plus $40 for transportation)

Complete Details: State 4-H Website 

Jackson County Application & Payment Deadline: May 13  Application Form

Financial Assistance Form

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, a logging site tour, animal anatomy, fly fishing, origami, and etiquette.
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

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, a logging site tour, animal anatomy, fly fishing, origami, and etiquette.

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.


Youth Livestock Ambassadors (YLA) Leadership Group

The Junior Livestock Committee is a group of 11th and 12th graders, with representatives from 4-H and FFA, who work to help run the three livestock auctions at Spring Fair and the Summer County Fair. They run exhibitor meetings, paint-brand livestock before the auctions, spot buyers and organize runners, and provide general support. It is a wonderful opportunity to develop leadership skills and network within the 4-H community while also looking excellent on a resume to future employers and scholarship committees. Committee members must be nominated by a 4-H leader and go through an interview process, starting mid-January. If you have questions, please call Hillary Walkup, Phoenix High School, Agriculture Science and Technology Teacher, P.O. Box 697, Phoenix, OR 97535, 541-535-1526 ext. 3042

YLA Job Description

YLA Application Checklist

Guidelines for Peer References

Guidelines for Resume

YLA Member Agreement


Oregon 4-H Hawaii Summer Tour Volcanoes to the Ocean: Big Island of Hawaii: June 24- July 1, 2018 (7 nights)

There is room for two high school age two girls, and one boy on the 2018 tour.  Registration and deposit deadline is being extended until filled.   

In Hawaii the tour will visit a different area of the Big Island each day to learn about natural history and Hawaiian culture from the volcanoes to the coast.  Sites will include Waipio Valley, Waimea cattle country, Kailua-Kona, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, Hilo and the Mauna Kea Visitor Station located at 9,200 feet for amazing star gazing.  Opportunities to swim or snorkel will be provided most days.  There will also be a boat based snorkel adventure in Kealakekua Bay where seeing spinner dolphins is almost guaranteed.



 

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