Small Farms Resources at NC A&T State University

Valuable experience in youth development for college students

College students who will be at least 19 but no older than 24 in April of 2016 — and who haven’t previously served as roundtable facilitators at the National 4-H Conference — have until Aug. 30 to submit applications for the 2016 National 4-H Conference in Washington. The 2016 National 4-H Congress will be April 9 through 14, and the annual gathering – a tradition since 1927 — will provide delegate 4-H’ers from across the country learning and personal development experiences that will send them home empowered to mobilize other youths for positive social change and meaningful community action. College students applying to become roundtable facilitators should have experience in team building and leadership, and they should be considering careers in Extension, youth development and 4-H. All travel and housing expenses are covered for those selected.

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