If you've been waiting to get involved in 4-H, the last Volunteer Leaders Training for the Spring semester is upon us!
The 4-H Volunteer Leaders Training prepares adults to assist youth in managing 4-H clubs and activities. Learn how to support our youth in learning about leadership and opportunities that help them to meet their full potential.
Volunteers have been an integral part of the success of 4-H since the 1920s, serving as club and project leaders, camp counselors and even as trainers and mentors.
4-H adult volunteers have the unique opportunity to make a significant and positive contribution to youth development by sharing learned skills, making a difference in their lives and leaving a legacy.
The last training of the academic school year will be held May 17 from 10:00 a.m. - 2:45 p.m. at UDC's Van Ness campus in Building 44, Room 110.
Please visit www.udc.edu/4h or contact Rebecca Bankhead, director, Center for 4-H and Youth Development for more information.