4-H Exploration Days Responsibilities & Procedures
Responsibilities and procedures follow for 4-H Exploration Days youth and adult participants as well as for adult chaperones, county conference assistants, head conference assistants, session instructors and helpers, county field staff, and hosts.
All youth should have either a full session assignment or two half session assignments before they arrive to Exploration Days. It is very important that all youth pick their own session choices during registration to eliminate the need for session changes at the event. Eight different choices should be listed on each participant’s registration form.
4-H Exploration Days teaches responsibility, not as a burden, but as a sense of connection and empowerment. All youth and adult participants must abide by the Code of Conduct. This is required for participation at 4-H Exploration Days. Please sign and return the form given in the back of the 4-H Exploration Days registration book as directed.
Overall Event Procedures
4-H Information Centers
Guidelines for Handling Behavior Problems
Health Care & Emergencies
For more information on 4-H Exploration Days, contact:
Judy Ratkos, Senior Program Leader
4-H Youth Development
MSU Extension - Children and Youth Institute
Michigan State University
160 Agriculture Hall
East Lansing, MI 48824-1039