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Resources
School and Key Leader Guide
Volunteer Tammie Moore

Resources for 4-H Club leaders to get involved in the state 4-H service-learning project.

How to Help Military and Veteran Families
How to Help Military and Veteran Families

How to Help Military and Veteran Families is a series of publications that offer valuable information to various audiences to help them assist and support members of the military, veterans and their families. Each issue provides evidence-based guidance on how a particular group can help, with short, practical suggestions and links that point to additional resources. Each issue has been carefully reviewed both by subject-matter experts and military family-support organizations.

The “10 Minute Education Series: 4-H Name & Emblem” is now available!
10 Minute Education Series: 4-H Name and Emblem is a self-directed course designed for 4-H and Extension Youth Development Staff. Participants will where the guidelines for 4-H Name and Emblem come from, what the guidelines are, and how local offices can use these guidelines. Ten minute topics include:

Leader and Club Resources
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You can make your monthly meeting an inspiration to your members by incorporating exciting activities to help 4-H'ers gain a sense of belonging. This article provides information and resource links for club leaders on planning club meetings, making meetings exciting, planning a 4-H program, giving demonstrations and leader guides.

4-H Leaders Handbook for Growth
4H Leader Hanbook for Growth
This handbook has been developed to help organizational leaders carry out their responsibilities.
Your 4-H Meeting the Best it Can Be
Your 4-H Meeting the Best it Can Be
Successful 4-H meetings do not happen by chance. Great meeting require careful planning, club officers who know and use good meeting procedures, and respectful and responsible club members who are attentive, who are prepared to be involved, to express their ideas and give feedback to the club officers and committee chairs. By following a well-planned agenda that officers have discussed in advance, a lot of meeting business can be accomplished in a short time.
Ideas for your 4-H Club Meetings
Ideas for your 4-H Club Meetings
This handbook is designed for use by the 4-H Club member who is responsible for planning and conducting special activities and events for the club meeting. It may also be useful for 4-H leaders who work with 4-H'ers. This handbook does not contain complete programs. Its main purpose is to provide the club member with a variety of ideas for the meeting.
You can give a Method Demonstration!
You can give a Method Demonstration!
Helpful hints on how to give a Method Demonstration.
Suggestions for Better Meetings
Suggestions for Better Meetings
In planning meetings a definite purpose should be kept in mind. Meetings are successful when they are planned for a specific reason or reasons. The time and thought given to advance preparation will pay dividends in the form of better club programs and increased participation by members.
What do 4-H Leaders Do?
What Do 4-H Leaders Do?
What is expected of me as a leader? To be successful in any job, people must know what is expected of them. Based upon those expectations, people then need the information and training to enable them to complete the job successfully. This resource guide will explain your role; give suggestions for accomplishing the job, conducting election of officers, working with officers, how to get parents involved and what they can do.
Making 4-H Meetings Exciting!
Making 4-H Meetings Exciting
It can be a challenge for 4-H leaders to plan exciting, involving meetings. Active club programs help create interest and provide inspiration and stimulation for members to learn through new experiences. There are many ways to incorporate active, fun learning into the 4-H Club experience. This publication provides a 4-H Club planning worksheet as a helpful resource for your club.
Letters to New 4-H Volunteer Leaders
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So you've volunteered, been appointed or have been chosen as the new 4-H leader! Congratulations! You're starting an interesting, challenging and rewarding experience. Here is how to get started and manage these responsibilities.