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Junior Leaders are youth ages 13-18 who work alongside club leaders, activity leaders, and the 4-H extension agent to help facilitate programs for Cloverbud and 4-Hers age 8-12. If you have an interest in developing your leadership skills and helping others then the Junior Leaders program may be right for you!

Benefits

  • Build life skills in areas of communication, collaboration, problem-solving, and conflict resolution.
  • Participate in county and multi-county recreational outings and events.
  • Great addition to a college application or resume.
  • Fulfill volunteer hour requirements for other organizations like FFA, NHS, etc…

Requirements

Junior leaders must submit an application and be approved by the 4-H agent. Once approved they must complete an orientation and commit to help with at least one program or workshop throughout the year. Additional time commitments may be required to participate in county or multi-county recreational outings. Junior leads must also:

  • Be between the age of 13-18
  • Show a genuine interest in helping others
  • Be respectful, responsible, and patient
  • Be an existing 4-H member
  • Adhere to the 4-H Code of Conduct
  • Actively engage in activities and programs

If you or someone you know is interested in becoming a Junior Leader please fill out this form. If under 18 please complete with an adult.

For more information about Junior Leaders please contact Sarah Holden at seholden@ncsu.edu or 828-884-3109.

Written By

Sarah Holden, N.C. Cooperative ExtensionSarah HoldenExtension Agent, 4-H Youth Development Call Sarah Email Sarah N.C. Cooperative Extension, Transylvania County Center
Page Last Updated: 6 months ago
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