4-H State Officers

    4-H State Officers

    2016-2017 4-H State Officers

    What is a 4-H State Officer?

    A 4-H State Officer is an individual who has been elected by the 4-H youth body to represent Utah 4-H. State Officers are responsible for shaping the future of 4-H.  Officers will be charged with presenting on their specific areas, teaching about the 4-H mission mandates. Their goal will be delivering virtual trainings throughout the state via pre-recorded and live social media platforms. The Officers will each create and deliver two Mission Mandate video trainings per quarter. They will also be charged with creating tracks for the Utah 4-H State Contests. When appropriate, the 4-H State Officers will be asked to present or help in other areas throughout the state.

    • Attend National 4-H Conference
    • Present workshops and activates at State 4-H Contests and other events
    • Implement National 4-H Conference programs throughout the state
    • Exhibit good leadership qualities and serve as a role model
    • Preside effectively at all 4-H State Officer meetings
    • Work with the 4-H State Officer's Advisor to develop an agenda for each meeting
    • Communicate with Vic Presidents and others about assignments and duties for meetings
    • Contact each person who has a part during meetings. Remind and encourage everyone to be prepared
    • Appoint committees as needed
    • Develop yearly plan of club meetings and programs with 4-H State Officer Advisor and adult leaders
    • Serve on committees when necessary
    • Be active on the State 4-H Volunteer Leaders Council
    • Attend National 4-H Conference
    • Present workshops and activities related to Science at State 4-H Contests and other events
    • Implement National 4-H Conference programs related to Science throughout the state
    • Be active on the State 4-H Volunteer Leaders Council
    • Attend National 4-H Conference
    • Present workshops and activities related to Healthy Living at State 4-H Contests and other events
    • Implement National 4-H Conference programs related to Healthy Living throughout the state
    • Be active on the State 4-H Volunteer Leaders Council
    • Attend National 4-H Conference
    • Present workshops and activities related to Citizenship at State 4-H Contests and other events
    • Implement National 4-H Conference programs related to Citizenship throughout the state

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