Adams County 4-H’ers Attend State 4-H Leadership Conference
Posted: February 19, 2016
State Leadership Conference York & Adams Delegates (seated l to r) Caroline Smith, Baillee Crandell, Simone Blanchat, and Montana Stump. (standing l to r) Nathan Spangler, Owen Griffith and Daniel Rohrbaugh attended PA State 4-H Leadership Conference
Delegates chose from sixteen different workshops designed to develop their individual, group, and camp counseling leadership skills. Workshops for the weekend included: 7 Attributes of a Great 4-H Teen; Camp Works!; Leadership Survival Skills – A Wild Approach; “I Carried a Watermelon” – Communicating Your 4-H Message; Social Media Savvy; Dining Etiquette; Global Perspectives; Piloting Your Time; Public Speaking Just Got Real; Power, Privilege and Identity; Being Your Best Self; Leading and Climate Change; Health Rocks; Your Vision, Your Voice; and Customers For Life.
It was a fun filled weekend of learning, laughing, friends, and fellowship! The teens were challenged to use their unique strengths and be the participants who will make a difference in their clubs, communities, country, and world. They will be developing promotional 4-H radio spots, serving as leaders for local 4-H camps, and supporting other 4-H events as part of their training experiences.
If you would like additional information about the 4-H youth program, please contact Darlene Resh, 4-H Extension Educator at the Penn State Extension office at 717-334-6271 Ext. 324 or email@example.com.