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Community Educator Specialist 2 (Placer) Closing Date: 4/28/15

Provide leadership, assistance, and guidance to the University of California Cooperative Extension 4-H Youth Development Program in Placer County. The 4-H Education Specialist serves under the general supervision of the Youth, Families and Communities Advisor and County Director in administering and managing the 4-H Program.

For job description and to apply visit: https://jobs.ucop.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=58316

4-H is an educational program of the University of California Cooperative Extension and made available through a partnership of county, state, and federal governments. The program creates positive opportunities for youth to develop life skills and become engaged in their local communities.  The program combines the efforts of youth, volunteer leaders, and University staff and faculty to create a fun, hands-on learning approach to a non-formal education. 

  

Placer 4-H Blog

  • Still Exhibits Workshops Hosted by Placer County 4-H for Upcoming Fairs

    Added April 6, 2015
    Still Exhibits Workshop Flyer

    The Still Exhibits program offered by both Placer County Fair and Gold Country Fair is a wonderful opportunity for youth in the community to highlight their work on various Still Exhibits. Placer County 4-H is excited to partner with both fairs to assist youth in doing their best and creating exhibits that are high quality for Still Exhibits Judging during each fair. There will be two workshops...

  • What is 4-H: Placer County 4-H All Stars Present to the Board of Supervisors

    Added March 11, 2015
    Placer County 4-H All Stars Suneet Narwan, Henia Mackenroth, and Mia Zimmer pose after their presentation to the Board of Supervisors

    A.B. Graham was the founder of what became the 4-H program beginning in Ohio. The first organization, called, the Boys and Girls Experiment Club, met in January of 1902. With the Smith-Lever Act being signed on May 8, 1914, a federal partnership with state and local governments created the Cooperative Extension Service. The 4-H program became part of the Cooperative Extension, and here in...

  • 4-H Youth Participate in Presentation Day at Placer High School

    Added March 4, 2015
    Lauren Morrill of Gold Country 4-H Club Presenting about Guinea Pigs

    The 4-H year will end on June 30th, and youth are well underway in numerous projects offered throughout Placer County ranging from community service, to public speaking, to small and large animals. In addition to the variety of 4-H projects, youth are also able to participate in  events such as the Annual County Presentation Day. On February 28th, youth had the opportunity to participate in...

Placer County 4-H Council Meeting Minutes & Agendas

Downloads Type Date Added
February 2015 - Council Highlights PDF 3/5/15
February 25, 2015 Council Meeting Agenda PDF 2/27/15
January 2015 Council Highlights PDF 2/27/15
January 28, 2015 Council Meeting Minutes PDF 2/27/15
January 28, 2015 Council Meeting Agenda PDF 2/27/15
December 2014 Council Highlights PDF 2/27/15
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