4-H YELLO! conference
Youth Exploring Leadership and Learning Outloud! (YELLO!) is an exciting and fun, citizenship and leadership conference planned and facilitated by the Minnesota 4-H State Ambassadors. YELLO! brings together over 300 youth from across Minnesota and the nearby region to hear motivational speakers, take part in hands-on activities, engage in a service-learning project, and explore fun and educational opportunities in the region. Participants get to meet other youth across the region and plan for action in their home communities through a youth-teaching-youth model.
YELLO! 2018 dates: June 12-15
What happens at YELLO!?
During the week, the participants will engage in leadership activities and a service-learning activity to put into practice some of the skills they learn. Additional activities will allow youth to hear from nationally-recognized keynote speakers, engage in opportunities to meet other youth, learn some dances, and have a field trip experience in the Twin Cities!
Follow these instructions to register online through your 4HOnline account. Online registration is preferred, but if you need to complete a mail-in registration and pay by check, download the paper registration form here.
Who can attend?
All youth enrolled in grades 6 through one year past high school. Non-4-H youth are encouraged to participate.
How much does it cost?
The fee to take part in YELLO! is $250. The fee covers all meals, lodging, activities, transportation and smission for a field trip and service project, an event chaperone, and a t-shirt (adult sizes only).
Contact your local 4-H office for scholarship information, or to inquire about potential transportation to the event (additional charges may apply).
Are you an adult interested in volunteering?
Adult volunteers will be needed to chaperone youth attendees and support the Minnesota 4-H State Ambassadors and advisors in delivering this year's event. If you or someone you know is interested, please review the 2018 4-H YELLO! chaperone position description and send an email to the 4-H contact person in your county expressing your interest.