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Wyoming 4-H Youth Development Program|University of Wyoming Extension

4-H Leader Totes

Leader totes were developed to provide adult volunteers with information to be effective club leaders when working with youth members.  While physical totes were distributed and may be available through your local county program, we encourage volunteers to create their own tote using the links below and check back for new items.  The date on the index page will reflect the last time information was added. 

INDEX

Character Counts

What is Character Counts?
Putting the Six Pillars to Work %7e The T.E.A.M. Approach to Character Education
Character Counts for 4-H Clubs
Character Counts Newsletter Inserts
More Character Counts Resources

Youth Development

Essential Elements of 4-H
The Learn-By-Doing Approach to Life Skill Development
How Kids Develop (Ages & Stages of Youth Development)
Targeting Life Skills Wheel

Club Management

4-H Club Program Planning
Making Model Meetings
4-H Ceremonies
10 Steps Toward Performing a Successful Community Service Learning Project
Considering 4-H Club & County Policies
The 4-H Recognition Model
Wyoming 4-H Achievement & Recognition Program
Achievement Code Classifications
Risk Management Brochure
Understanding 4-H Club Finances

Effective 4-H Clubs

The Habits of Remarkable 4-H Youth Development Programs
Characteristics of Highly Effective/Vibrant 4-H Clubs
Highly Effective/Vibrant 4-H Clubs Assessment
What is Your Club Like? Vibrant Clubs Assessment
Vibrant Clubs Score Sheet

Parent Involvement

Get Parents Involved In Your 4-H Club
Parent Interest Survey - Club Level

Club Officers

Working with your 4-H Club Officers
President & Vice President
Parliamentarian
Reporter
Historian
Recreation Leader

Position Descriptions

4-H Club Organizational Leader or Club Organizational Team
Club Activity Leader
Club Project Leader
County Project Committee Member
County 4-H Council/Board Member
Role of the County 4-H Educator

Recreational

Alphabet Soup for the Leaders Soul
Alphabet Soup for the Leaders Soul 2

Volunteer Resources

Instructions for 4-H Volunteer e-Learning Course
Resource List for Wyoming 4-H Leaders - Purpose of 4-H Clubs
List of Wyoming 4-H Projects from State 4-H Web Site
Example of Project information from State 4-H Web Site

Forms

Wyoming 4-H Member Enrollment
     (obtain from local extension office)
Wyoming 4-H Volunteer Enrollment
     (obtain from local extension office)
Wyoming 4-H Health Information Form
Wyoming 4-H Code of Conduct Form

4-H Clubs' Yearly Book

Letter to Club Organizational Leader
4-H Club Charter Application
Affirmative Action Form
4-H Club Evaluation & Charter Renewal Form
Educational Learning Goals Report Form
Community Service Report Form
4-H Club's Project Meeting Report Form
Club Secretary's Book
     Minutes Page
Club Treasurer's Book

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