4-H Portfolio

    4-H Portfolio

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    4-H Portfolio Information

    Resumes: The resume should represent a cumulative summary of the 4-H members background, skills, and

    accomplishments. The 4-H member should summarize their 4-H experience by highlighting their project involvement, activities, awards/recognitions, leadership experiences, and community service. Each year, applicants will need to update their information, maintaining the most pertinent information over time. Content should be clearly identified as 4-H or non-4-H; style of resume and formatting are at the discretion of the applicant. Applicants should include contact information, county, school grade, and year in 4-H. Maximum 2 pages.  


    Cover Letters: The cover letter should be a narrative to accompany the resume. When applying for different 4-H contests, leadership roles, etc., the cover letter should be tailored to the requirements of the application. Each application must have the outlined responsibilities posted. Rubrics should be tailored to specific responsiblities/objectives. Maximum 1 page. Click here to view the Cover Letter Objectives.

    Portfolio Guide Book: Portfolio Guide BookPortfolio Guide Cover
    Portfolio Judging Rubric

    **Please refer to the 4-H Portfolio Guide Book for appropriate Ages & Stages while judging.

    Sample 4-H Resume

    Sample 4-H Cover Letter

    **Be sure to design your resume & cover letter to reflect your strengths and application, these are only examples NOT templates.  

    Record Keeping: Portfolio Project Sheets - PDF, Word & Google Docs

    Please use these project sheets as a resource for record keeping. These sheets will not be submitted for judging, but will be extremely useful when compiling the resume. 

    Word Format

    PDF Format

    Google Docs Format