Overview

In the 4-H leadership project you will learn leadership principles, help plan 4-H programs, and recruit new members.

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Megan Logan
Extension Program Specialist

Are you a leader? If you positively influence and help others for a shared goal, you are a leader! Leaders aren’t just elected to an office or position. You can also be a member of committees, small groups and teams. You can develop your individual leadership skills by learning more about yourself and how you work with others.

4-H leadership experiences include, but are not limited to:

  • 4-H club office
  • Serving on committees
  • Promoting the 4-H program to other youth
  • Participation in county, district or state 4-H committees, councils, etc.

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