The High Desert Leadership Retreat will be held January 13th-16th at Eagle Crest Resort in Redmond, Oregon. This retreat is open to all 7th-12th grade youth. Online registration begins November 1st. For all the details about this opportunity and how to register, click here.
The 4-H Leadership Club is open to all members ages 12 and up. This club is a combination of the Jr. Leader program (intermediates) and the 4-H Ambassadors (seniors). The club generally meets on the third Wednesdays, however this can (and does) change. Meeting include fun leadership training activities along with regular business. Other activities include service projects and retreats.
YA4-H!: Youth Advocates for Health! is a club for middle and high school aged youth who are interested in the health of their community and it's citizens. The Wasco County program focuses on gardening and growing fresh vegetables and fruit and promoting ways of cooking and eating garden produce.
Camp Counselor Program: Hood River, Sherman and Wasco County 4-H programs work together to train middle and high school youth in the knowledge and skills needed to be effective camp counselors at any youth camp. The tri-county camps include Jr. Staff (12-14 yo), Counselors-in-Training (13 & 14 yo) and counselors (10th-12th graders).
Leadership Camp is held each spring at Camp Morrow on the Pine Hollow Reservoir near Wamic. Camp is designed by high school aged 4-H members for Middle and High school youth so you know it rates high on the fun factor!
Summer Conference at OSU Campus is a super fun event for youth ages 12-19 being held June 22-25. Youth stay in dorms, explore campus life, make new friends, learn, and have a lot of fun. County registration form is needed for OSU Summer Conference. Online registration begins May 15th.
There are several College Scholarships availble for 4-H members. Information on these scholarships is availble on the Oregon 4-H website. Applications are due to the Wasco County Extension Office by February 25th.
Contact us for additional information on any of these older youth opportunitites.
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Publication will be made available in accessible formats upon request. Please call 541-296-5494 for information. If you have a physical disability that requires special considerations in order for you to attend the 4-H events, please notify the Wasco County Extension Service at 541-296-5494 by 10 days in advance of the event.