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4-H Alberta SCOOP Newsletter for SEPTEMBER

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posted Sep 4

What’s happening in 4-H Alberta in SEPTEMBER? Check out the September edition of the 4-H SCOOP to stay up to date on district, regional and provincial news and events..


4-H Alberta Selections Ambassadors and Award Trips

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posted May 7

The 4-H Alberta Selections was held May 4-7 where 4-H members celebrated their personal strenths, discussed the value of leadership and some will be travelling throughout North America. Click here to read about:

Rural Alberta youth grabs 4-H top honours  |  Complete list of Premier's Award Recipients  |  Complete list of 2018 4-H Ambassadors and awarded trips and exchanges.


4-H Alberta Strategic Plan

Executive Summary 2017-2020
posted Mar 28

In 2017, representatives from the 4-H partners worked together to create a three-year 4-H Alberta strategic plan with a commitment to manage the plan. This strategic plan is designed to help guide 4-H Alberta in its work over the next three years. The intent is to help us shape 4-H's future, follow a set of guiding principles and ensure that 4-H remains relevant, effective and viable. In doing so, the plan will remain fluid to ensure 4-H Alberta is consistent with and aligned with Member and Leader priorities, community needs, and government priorities. Click here to access the 4-H Alberta Strategic Plan - Executive Summary 2017-2020.


4-H Alberta Annual Report

posted Feb 5
Annual Report

4-H Alberta publishes an overview of the activities, events and statistics of the past fiscal year.

Within the annual report you will find financial reports, membership and club statistics, partner recognitions, corporate sponsorship and much more.

Click here to download the 2015-2016 4-H Alberta Annual Report


Club Week Facilitators Needed!

posted Feb 5
Club Week Facilitator Application
Deadline MAY 1

4-H Alberta is currently seeking applications from individuals who are interested in acting as a facilitator for Club Week 2018. Being a Club Week Facilitator is a truly enjoyable and all-encompassing experience. You’ll spend your time facilitating a small group (session materials will be provided and all sessions will be reviewed at the facilitator training), acting as Staff of the Day (responsibilities may include leading a reflection activity and introducing activities) as well as participating in daily Staff Meetings (where all staff will meet to discuss concerns, review program details and share successes). If you aren’t a Club Week alumnus yourself, not to worry as it certainly isn’t a prerequisite! You’ll be surrounded by a fantastic group of 4-H members and supportive staff members who will help to guide you through this unforgettable volunteer experience. To learn more about the Club Week program, click here

Accepting the Club Week Facilitator role would require you to be present for an orientation session and for the entire duration of the Club Week program, July 28 - Aug 3 inclusively. This year, Club Week will be held at the Hinton Training Centre in Hinton, Alberta. 4-H Alberta also requires successful applicants to complete a Criminal Background Check that includes the Vulnerable Sector. 

The Application Deadline for those interested in being a Club Week Facilitator is May 1. The Club Week Facilitator Application Form is available here 


4-H Alberta Member Fee Increase for 2017/18

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posted Sep 13

For 100 years 4-H Alberta has worked hard to bring our 4-H families tremendous value for their 4-H experience. And through authenticity, innovation, and transformation 4-H Alberta will proudly continue to be the youth leadership development organization of choice in Alberta for the next 100 years.

Effective for the 2017/18 club year 4-H Alberta will be increasing all provincial junior, intermediate and senior member fees from $85 per member ($55 club member registration fee + $30 provincial council fee) to $100 per member. This fee will collectively be the ‘4-H Alberta member fee’ and will now be paid at the time of registration through the 4-H Alberta online registration system as one transaction. Member fees are used for the continued enhancement of member and leader development, provincial programming and project materials, Alberta 4-H Centre operations, risk management (insurance), administration, promotion and communication.  Click here for more information


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