- Author: Russell D. Hill
Teen 'n Teacher Training (T3)
Teen 'n Teacher Training (T3) is a series of workshops and sessions conducted by the UCCE 4-H Program. The sessions are geared to develop skills in presenting science topics in non formal settings such as youth groups, afterschool, and park and rec programs. The trainings are for both teens and adults.Teens, volunteers, and teachers are invited to attend our monthly T3 - Teen and Teacher Training. January 27, 2010 we will be working on developing presentation, demonstration and interview skills. This session is entitled Tell It, Show It, Sell It.
Afterschool programs often serve youth ages 5 to 14. Recognizing the different ages and stages of youth and applying this to science, engineering, and technology (SET) programming is critical to achieving desired youth outcomes. In this session, staff will review developmental stages of afterschool youth and learn how to do SET with mixed-age groups. Applying the National Science Education Standards to age-appropriate practice will also be covered.
Management Team Meeting - January 4, 2010 6 pm
Join us at our NEW TIME of 6 PM for the December Management Team meeting. We will be discussing funding our county budget and support for summer camp, Old Mac Donald's Farm, and Friends Helping Friends. We are also in need of assistance with facilitating the Management Team meetings and note taking. If you are interested, please call or email Russ Hill.
Teen Leadership Opportunities
We are still looking for teens who would like to take on the lead role for coordinating a few countywide and a sectional 4-H event. This is a great opportunity for those who would like to work on and achieve the rank of Emerald or All Star. Events include fishing derby, communications day, sectional communications day and a person to assist with the foods and nutrition portion of Fashion Review and Foods Fiesta. Contact the 4-H office if you are interested.
4-H Shooting Sports Workshop
Saturday, January 9, 2010 – 8:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Sunday, January 10, 2010 – 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
A 4-H shooting sports workshop for the rifle discipline will be held at Rankin Field Range, 20000 Road 140 in Tulare. Participants must attend both days of training to receive certification. Upon successful completion of the course, the participant will be certified as rifle trainer and can lead a rifle project at the club level or serve as county trainer to certify other leaders. There is no cost for the course. To register for the course and receive more information contact John Borba at: email@example.com
For information about the facility and a map, please visit the range website at:
Fur and Feather's Show
4-H members are invited to participate in the Fur and Feathers show, a small animal breed show and showmanship event hosted by Ventura County 4-H and planned for January 16, 2010. Entry deadline is December 15, 2009. The event is for 4-H members statewide in Cavy, Poultry and Rabbit projects. Click here for more information. You may contact Jenean Bass at firstname.lastname@example.org for questions.
Baby Sitting Curriculum from Military 4-H Program
The 4-H Military Partnership Program is offering free Training courses on the 4-H Babysitting Curriculum at the following locations:
Kern County 4-H Office. January 16, 9:30-4:30
Ventura County 4-H Office. January 30, 9:30-4:30
Los Banos Spring Fair
Los Banos Spring Fair premium books and online registration is now available. For more information and deadlines visit http://co.merced.ca.us/springfair