November 4-H curriculum training
November 4-H curriculum training is an annual conference that highlights new and newly revised 4-H curriculum. Participants select from workshops of interest and have the opportunity to explore using the new curriculum in a hands-on experience.
- Sat., Nov. 20, 2010 - St John's University in Collegeville (map of campus).
- Registration due Nov. 5, 2010 - see below for registration form.
Who can attend?
Extension educators, program coordinators, plus a team of adult and/or youth volunteers, all of whom will train to be trainers in counties, multi-counties, and/or regions
What will I do?
Each team member will choose two subject matter topics and have the opportunity to explore and experience, hands-on, new curriculum.
How much does it cost?
The cost of the training is $60-$100 per person and includes a copy of the curriculum, resources, lunch and snacks.
More information and registration
- Complete information (387 K PDF)
includes registration form, schedule, workshop descriptions and map of campus
Nancy Hegland, program leader 4-H youth development
Anita Harris, Extension educator, volunteer & partnership development
Marcia Woeste, Extension educator, regional 4-H youth development programs
For registration questions:
Kim Thompson, executive administrative specialist
email@example.com 1-800-444-4238 (ext. 781)