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Leadership Roles

Organizational Leader

The captain of the 4-H leadership team. This person is responsible for the organization and maintenance of the club, communications with the Extension office, and coordinating the leadership team in planning, conducting and evaluating the 4-H club.

Project Leader

A member of the 4-H group leadership team who works with a group of 4-H members interested in a specific subject matter area. This person guides the 4-H member in setting project goals and conducting "Learning by Doing" experiences that help them reach their goals.

Activity Leader

A member of the 4-H club leadership team who is responsible for organizing the club's social and educational activities.

Teen Leader

A member of the 4-H club leadership team who is an experienced 4-H member with knowledge and skills to share with the 4-H club members. A teen leader may serve in any of the club leadership team roles.

Resource/Support Volunteer

A member of the club leadership team who serves the 4-H club at the invitation of one of the above leadership team members. This person may provide knowledge, skills or services in specific projects or activities. He or she may provide services such as transportation, refreshments, meeting, facilities, etc.  

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News

A diverse group of youth displaying 4-H signs.
Filed Under: 4-H, Join 4-H, Volunteers October 3, 2017

Ready “to make the best better”? October 1 is the official start of the 4-H year!*

*If you don’t know what 4-H is, start here, with 4-H Wants You!

Success Stories

Three women and one man hold a large 4-H clover
STEM – Science Technology Engineering and Math, Volunteers
Volume 3 Number 4

When she started volunteering with Tate County 4-H almost 15 years ago, Joy Magness didn’t know much about the youth development program delivered by the Mississippi State University Extension Service.

She was home-schooling her two children, Samantha and Eli, and her fellow home-schooling parent and friend Adelia Gaines asked Magness if she’d like her kids to join 4-H and if she’d like to volunteer.

Joe Davis with two 4-H'ers with a champion heifer
4-H Livestock Program, Volunteers, Beef
Volume 3 Number 3

When third-generation cattleman Joe Davis was a teen, he had no idea his competition in the show ring would one day be his Extension agent in Union County.

A 4-H volunteer leader with two 4-H members at a 4-H Shooting Sports event.
Shooting Sports, Health and Wellness, Volunteers
Volume 3 Number 3

Until recently, the Clover Dawgs 4-H Robotics team in Oktibbeha County needed a bigger robot. Club volunteer leader Robert Rice secured the first donation toward purchasing the machine from his employer.

 

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