Youth Leaders and Officers provide direction and leadership to 4-H Clubs, Groups and Committees. Youth in leadership roles gain belonging, mastery, independence and generosity, the Four Essential Elements of Positive Youth Development. They gain life skills of decision making, problem solving, responsibility, teamwork, leading groups, conflict resolution and many more.
Were you elected as a 2017-18 officer for your club and aren’t quite sure where to start? On this page you will find all of the forms to be included in your Club Record/Secretary Book. Also, included on this page is a link to the State 4-H Club Officer and Youth Leadership Training Resources page. If you click on this link, you will find a booklet for each officer position.
The 4-H Board of Directors and Debbie will be holding a Club Officer Training on Thursday, January 18th at 6:30 p.m. The training will be held in the Upper Level Assembly Room at the Lincoln County Service Center at 801 N Sales Street. Please email Cherie at email@example.com or call her at 715-539-1074 with your name and club office or use the registration form included in this newsletter on page 9 by January 10th so we can plan for your participation. Adult leaders and parents are welcome to attend.
Visit the 4-H Club Officer and Youth Leader Training Resources page of the State 4-H Youth Development website for additional resources.
Thank you for volunteering to serve as a 4-H Club Officer. We have tried to include resources on this page to help you in this important leadership role. If you have additional items you would like to see posted here or that you need, please contact the 4-H Youth Development staff at 715-539-1072.
Club Record Book Forms
You can download the Club Record Book forms you need to your computer. The Club Secretary is encouraged to turn their club record book in for award selection at the end of the year. The information that should be included in the Club Record Book includes the forms below. You may download, save these forms to your computer to use throughout the year to keep a record of the activities and progress that the club has been involved in throughout the 4-H year (October – September). You will want to engage other officers, where appropriate, in completing forms that relate to their officer position (i.e. Treasurer would complete the Club Financial Record). If you wish to use an alternative format, this is acceptable as long as it includes all of the same information (i.e. Club Leader could print adult leader list from 4-H Online system).
|Club Record Book Cover|
|Adult Leadership Summary|
|Junior Leader Summary|
|Club Financial Record|
|Minutes of Club Meeting|