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County Program Management

What is the 4-H Program Development Committee(PDC) and Youth Volunteer Advisory Committee(YVAC)?

San Joaquin County 4-H has joined a number of other counties in California 4-H now piloting a non-volunteer management organization structure.

The program planning, budget, and review is done through the Program Development Committee (PDC).  The committee is made up of up to 10 adult volunteers and youth members.  The Youth Volunteer Advisory Committee (YVAC) is made up of up to nine (9) senior-level youth members to provide oversight and review of the PDC's budget and program planning. 

A triumvirate of 4-H staff and a volunteer finance manager provide any policy or administrative guidance when needed.

Learn more about the PDC and YVAC operating procedures here: San Joaquin County Program Management Operating Procedures

2021-2022 Program Budget

The 2021-2022 Budget was set by the Program Development Committee at their meeting on July 19, 2021. 

All budget and finance procedures for San Joaquin County 4-H follow the financial management recommendations and requirements in Chapter 9 of the California 4-H Policy Manual and the 4-H Treasurer's Manual.

Click here to download the 2021-2022 PDC Budget .

2021-2022 PDC and YVAC Meetings

San Joaquin County 4-H Meetings Location 

Unless otherwise noted, all meetings are held at: 

    San Joaquin County Robert J. Cabral Agricultural Center
    2101 E. Earhart Ave.
    Stockton, CA  95206
 

Program Development Committee meetings are held the last Thursday of each month (allowing November/December to December 9th only). 

Currently PDC and YVAC meetings are open only to members of the committees unless a request is made at least one week before a scheduled meeting.