4-H Volunteer Training Workshops

September 1, 2013 to August 31, 2014

Kettunen Center and Kellogg Biological Station

The 2013-14 Michigan 4-H Volunteer Training Series is supported by the Michigan 4-H Foundation with gifts made in memory of Dr. Norman A. Brown, former Michigan 4-H State Director.

Soon you will be provided a link for the instructions for registration in the Michigan State University ANR Event Registration system.  As descriptions are built into the new system, the URL for registration will also become available on this page.  There will be a unique URL for each workshop.  Also, included is the Code of Conduct/Medical/Media Release form required for all workshop participants.

Michigan State University Extension Participant Age Policy

All state 4-H volunteer training coordinated by state 4-H staff falls into one of the formats listed below:

  • Adult and Teen Volunteer Training – Open to adult and teen volunteer leaders ages 13 and up.
  • Adult-Only Volunteer Training – Open to adult volunteer leaders ages 19 and up.
  • Learning Lab Training – Open to kids in a specific age group who will work on project-related tasks while adults and teens ages 14 and up learn to work with the younger kids.
  • Content-Specific Training – Open to young people and adults in project areas with age limits for safety reasons (such as shooting sports, limited to 4-H’ers ages 16 and up) or subject matter (such as Peer Plus, limited to 4-H’ers ages 14 and up).
  • Family Weekend Workshops – Open to families with children ages 5 to 12.
  • Youth Training – Open to 4-H youth of a specified age range only (such as the 4-H Teen Horse Volunteer Leader Conference). The only adults allowed to register for these workshops are accompanying chaperones.

The workshop format will be set by the state 4-H programming committee and the state 4-H staff members who coordinate the training sessions held at Kettunen Center, Kellogg Biological Station and other Michigan sites. Use a 4-H member’s age by January 1 of the current program year (that is, January 1, 2014) to decide whether he or she is eligible to attend a particular workshop.

Workshop Listing

2013

2014

4-H Healthy Living Program Meet and Greet & Idea Sharing


Location: Isabella County Building, 200 N. Main St., Mt. Pleasant, MI 48858

Open to any teen or volunteer interested in learning about 4-H Healthy Living Programming as well as sharing input on current programming. The meeting will be held in the MSU Extension Conference Room 320.

4-H Clothing & Textiles Teen & Adult Volunteer Leader Workshop


Location: Kettunen Center, 14901 4-H Drive, Tustin, MI 49688

Explore new project ideas and skills to use in your 4-H clothing and textiles program.  Sessions tentatively scheduled include beginning and advanced sewing skills, recycle t-shirts into yoga pants, fashion illustration and design, buymanship, community service projects, several quilting classes, reversible tote bag, totally teens class, knitted lacey scarf, easy zippers, recycled mittens, 5-8 year old projects, and more.  

Download Program Announcement.

Click here to register.

Support for this workshop is provided by the Henning Family Endowed Fund and other donors to the Michigan 4-H Foundation.

4-H Proud Equestrian Program Instructor Update


Location: Kellogg Biological Station (KBS), 3700 East Gull Lake Drive Hickory Corners, MI 49060

WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
This is a workshop strictly for therapeutic riding instructor and therapists working with therapeutic riding programs. All 4-H instructors certified before January 1, 2013 are REQUIRED to attend either the October 2012 or November 2013 workshop in order to be approved to teach a 4-H PEP program in Michigan: January 1, 2014 to December 31, 2014.

OBJECTIVE:
To provide continuing education for 4-H PEP Certified Instructors and others involved in therapeutic riding activities.

Support for this workshop is provided by the James H. and Dorothy A. Anderson Endowment of the Michigan 4-H Foundation and the Accident Fund Holding, Inc.

Click here to download the Program Announcement.

Visit the 4-H Proud Equestrian Program Instructor Update registration page for more information.

4-H Rabbit & Cavy Teen and Adult Volunteer Training Workshop


Location: Kettunen Center, 14901 4-H Drive, Tustin, MI 49688

November 8-9, 2013
Kettunen Center
14901 4-H Drive
Tustin, MI 49688-9470

Time:
Registration: Friday, November 8, 2013, 4-6 p.m.
Program Ends: Saturday, November 9, 2013, 3 p.m.

Costs:
$56.75 - 4-H Members, 4-H Volunteers and MSU Extension Staff with 4-H responsibilities who bring a 4-H member or volunteer

$99.00 - MSU Extension Staff without 4-H responsibilities, non-4-H members and personnel from other agencies

Conference Objectives:
•  To present new ideas, activities, and approaches to the rabbit and cavy 4-H project
•  To exchange information, ideas, and best practices in the rabbit and cavy industry
•  To improve the Michigan Rabbit and Cavy 4-H program
•  To identify exciting programs in rabbits for your club members
•  To identify local resources in the rabbit and cavy industry

Who Should Attend:
4-H adult leaders and teen leaders (12 years as of January 1, 2014 and older) interested in the rabbit project and who are willing to share the information and experiences gained at the conference with others in their counties. Staff are welcome. We encourage individuals to car pool. Contact your county office for names of other persons attending the workshop.

Download Event Flyer

Click here to register

Support for this workshop is provided by donors to the Michigan 4-H Foundation.

4-H Curriculum Cruising


Location: MSU Extension Ostego County, Multi-purpose Room 1st floor, 800 Livingston Blvd., Gaylord, MI 49735

Need some ideas for projects you can do in your club or group?  This Curriculum Cruise will take you on a ride full of ideas.

Cruise the curriculum highway with a road trip of experiential activities which will infuse your youth programs. Participants will receive sample activities, handouts, curriculums and other resources.  Especially designed for: 4-H volunteers, youth educators, summer program staff, teachers, and adults who work with youth in a variety of educational settings. The workshop is a tune-up for individuals who are willing to put their skills and knowledge into action in their communities.
 
General Overview; and a focus on:
•    Livestock, large and small
•    Legos/Robotics – STEM
•    Sewing
•    Food and Nutrition
•    Entrepreneurship
•    4-H Program Snapshots
•    Exploring Treasures of 4-H
•    Touch on resources & where to obtain the curriculum.
•     Experiential Learning Model
•     Ages & Stages
And more……

Audience: 4-H teen leaders, 4-H leaders, 4-H staff and youth development professionals welcome.

Visit the 4-H Curriculum Cruising registration page for more information.

4-H Lock in Your Potential - CANCELLED


Location: Kettunen Center, 14901 4-H Drive, Tustin, MI 49688

4-H Teen Leadership: How Do You Get Started?


Location: 121 E Maple St, Mason, MI 48854.

4-H Members 12-19 and 4-H leaders working with teen leaders. Discover what 4-H Teen Leadership is all about and how you can get started in your teen leadership role! This training will help you learn what opportunities are available for 4-H members to develop their leadership skills and how you can utilize your leadership skills to help your club and your community. Training will describe teen leadership experiences and opportunities and guide members in starting to develop a teen leadership project for the year including planning, implementing, and evaluating the project.

This class is located at 121 E Maple St, Mason, MI 48854 in the first-floor conference room.

For more information, view the flyer for this class.

4-H Teen & Adult 2013 Horse Leaders Conference


Location: Kettunen Center, 14901 4-H Drive, Tustin, MI 49688

Who Should Attend:
Older Youth (teen leaders—ages 14 as of Jan. 1, 2014 to 19) and adult advisors (chaperones) interested in the 4-H Horse Project and activities. Those who attend should be willing to share the information and experience gained at the conference with others in their counties. Counties are encouraged to give first priority to new leaders and teen leaders, or those for whom this is their first Kettunen Center Conference.

Conference Objectives:
•  To present information and ideas for club meetings and activities
•  To provide subject matter that will help 4-H teen horse leaders become more effective leaders
•  To exchange ideas on 4-H horse programs and events
•  To provide an opportunity to meet 4-H members and leaders from other parts of the state

Support for this workshop is provided by donors to the Michigan 4-H Foundation.

Click here to download the Program Announcement.

Visit the 4-H Teen & Adult 2013 Horse Leaders Conference http://events.anr.msu.edu/4HLeadersHorse13/ registration page for more information.

4-H Officer Roles and Parliamentary Procedure


Location: MSU Extension, 705 N. Zeeb Rd., Ann Arbor, MI 48103

Training will cover officer roles parliamentary procedure, and share tips for making your club as fun and effective as possible.  

Participants do not need to be a current officer to attend. Please RSVP by calling 734-997-1678.

4-H Horse Judges and Show Managers Conference


Location: Kettunen Center, 14901 4-H Drive, Tustin, MI 49688

This conference provides continuing education opportunities for current Michigan 4-H Horse Regular & Conditional judges, Extension staff, 4-H Horse Judges Advisory Committee members, State 4-H Horse Show committee members; horse superintendents/representatives from all Michigan counties and open horse show managers.

Participation can improve cooperation between show managers and judges, increase the quality of horse show management techniques, and allow the learning of creative and innovative methods for making horse shows more educational for youth. The conference provides judges with updates in riding styles, class scoring, breed differences in events, and techniques to be better communicators with management and youth exhibitors. Adults (non 4-H eligible) only

The event will be January 18-19, 2014 beginning Saturday morning and ending after lunch on Sunday

For more information, download the Program Announcement.  To register for this event go to  http://events.anr.msu.edu/HorseJudgeManager2014/

4-H State Awards & YOU!


Location: Western Washtenaw Service Center, 705 N. Zeeb Rd., Ann Arbor, MI 48103

Information session about 4-H State Awards, changes made for this year, how to apply, etc. Have questions? Get answers! Any 4-H member, parent, or volunteer is welcome, from those who have never even heard of 4-H State Awards to those who have participated many times and are curious about what the changes mean for them! Open to 4-H'ers of any county--not just Washtenaw! This event is FREE, but attendees MUST pre-register with the Washtenaw MSU Extension office so we know how many to expect. Call the Washtenaw MSU Extension office at 734-997-1678 to register. Have questions? Contact Maggie Davidson, 4-H Program Coordinator, at 734-222-3936 or .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

4-H Winterfest


Location: Kettunen Center, 14901 4-H Drive, Tustin, MI 49688

4-H Winterfest is a hands-on educational program that is open to youth ages 8 to 12 years old.  Youth will spend 2 days learning about many different project areas while meeting youth from around the state. (February 1-2, 2014, beginning Saturday morning and ending after breakfast on Sunday).  Winterfest offers participants an opportunity to experience Kettunen Center in an overnight camp setting.  Youth will participate in hands –on sessions that range from crafts to shooting sports.  Winterfest is also an opportunity to spend time outdoors enjoying all that Michigan winters have to offer!  Youth will also have the opportunity to go sledding/tubing, snow shoeing, and cross-country skiing.  

Visit the 4-H Winterfest registration page for more information.

Support for this workshop is provided by donors to the Michigan 4-H Foundation.

Exploring the Science of 4-H Projects


Location: webinar

Research shows that youth who have positive experiences with science, technology, engineering and math (STEM)-related projects are more likely to pursue education and careers in math, science and engineering, and National 4-H has placed increased importance on integrating science education into many 4-H programs and projects. But for volunteers without a professional science background, introducing STEM topics can seem daunting. The final session of the 2013-2014 North Central Regional Volunteer e-Forum will teach 4-H leaders how to find the science in any 4-H project or program.

Discover methods to reinforce simple science concepts using traditional 4-H projects with a little help from Cathy Johnston, University of Nebraska; Bonnie Malone, The Ohio State University; Dixie Sandborn, Michigan State University; and Vicki Schwartz, The Ohio State University. By the end of the session, you’ll have ready-to-go activities that incorporate science concepts across the 4-H curriculum areas.

Volunteers are invited to tune into this session of the 2013-2014 NCRV e-Forum with local 4-H staff and other adult leaders on Monday, Feb. 3, 2014. The program will be held at https://connect.msu.edu/cyi/ from 8 p.m. EST. The NCRV e-Forum is a chance to watch presentations live, send questions to the experts and participate in discussions with adult leaders from around the region.

For more information on this session and other parts of the 2013-2014 North Central Regional Volunteer e-Forum, contact Molly Frendo at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) or 517-432-7606.

Visit the Exploring the Science of 4-H Projects registration page for more information.

4-H Veterinary Science Teen and Adult Leaders Workshop


Location: Kettunen Center, 14901 4H Drive, Tustin, MI 49688

Explore animal systems and learn about animal health for a broad array of animal species. Come prepared to learn from others, share information and experiences, ask questions and quiz veterinarians about their careers.  You will also participate in hands-on demonstrations that will teach you how to help members recognize healthy, sick, or injured animals.  Meet other youth that have developed outstanding veterinary science projects and gain ideas to help others start their own vet science projects.  Open to adult and teen volunteers ages 13 (as of January 1, 2014) and older. 

Visit the 4-H Veterinary Science Teen and Adult Leaders Workshop registration page for more information.

Support for this workshop is provided by Greenstone Farm Credit Services.

4-H Beef, Sheep and Swine Teen and Adult Leaders Workshop


Location: Kettunen Center, 14901 4H Drive, Tustin, MI 49688

This workshop is designed for both teen and adult leaders who are involved with beef cattle, sheep and swine projects.  Topics include animal health, management, care and nutrition.  In addition, breakout sessions will include livestock and meat evaluation, state awards, and more.  Interaction with leaders from different counties is encouraged for exchanging of ideas and programs, and meeting other volunteers in the same interest areas.  The workshop will also offer ways to enhance communication and teaching skills, and learn about the many opportunities available for those interested in the beef, sheep and swine industries. Open to adult and teen volunteers ages 13 (as of January 1, 2014) and older. 

Visit the 4-H Beef, Sheep and Swine Teen and Adult Leaders Workshop registration page for more information.

Support for this workshop is provided by the  Greenstone Farm Credit Services and the Michigan Pork Producers Association.

4-H Environmental and Outdoor Education/Plant Science and Entomology - CANCELLED


Location: Kettunen Center, 14901 4H Drive, Tustin, MI 49688

This workshop has been cancelled.

This workshop will focus on “hands-on" activities for adult and teen leaders 11 years (as of January 1, 2014) and up who are interested in Environmental and Outdoor Education and Plant Science/Entomology 4-H projects.  Many projects will be highlighted during this workshop including Outdoor Challenge, Gardening, Insect Collecting, and Archery as well as how science relates to these project areas.  Other topics will include leadership, service learning, and volunteer development.  This will be a fun filled educational weekend for all participants.

Support for this workshop is provided by donors to the Michigan 4-H Foundation.

4-H Teen Leadership & Community Change Conference


Location: Kettunen Center, 14901 4-H Drive, Tustin, MI 49688

This powerful 2014 conference brings teens, age 12 and up (by January 1, 2014), from across the state to learn youth leadership and civic engagement skills. Adult volunteers are welcome, too.

Following are quotes from the past conference participants:

  • “I can be a greater (teen) leader and organize events to help my community.” 
  • “I learned how my community service can help prepare me for my future.”  
  • “Leadership can be easy and fun.”
  • “4-H gets to travel around the world to help people who have little.”
  • “The discussions about service learning and helping my community will help me.”
  • “I will be a more effective leader in my county groups.”

Support for this workshop is provided by the Clarkson-Stuckman Endowment Fund and other donors to the Michigan 4-H Foundation.

The conference is March 29-30, 2014 beginning Saturday morning and ending after lunch on Sunday.

For more detailed  information download the Program Announcement here.  To register for this event, go to http://events.anr.msu.edu/4hTeenLeader14/.

4-H Volunteer Recruitment Open House & Information Session


Location: Detroit Institute of Art, 5200 Woodward Ave., Detroit, MI 48202

Join us as we share information about our Wayne County 4-H Youth Development Programs.

Children and families are welcome to attend.

Learn all about:

  • 4-H programming & opportunities
  • The role of 4-H Volunteers in your community
  • Volunteer requirements & guidelines
  • Training opportunities, workshops & activities

Visit the 4-H Volunteer Recruitment Open House & Information Session registration page for more information.

Michigan 4-H Dairy Conference


Location: Bay Shore Camp & Family Ministries, 450 N Miller Street, Sebewaing, MI 48759

Do you have an interest in learning more about the dairy industry in Michigan?  Then this is the conference for you!  You’ll learn about real-world dairy management topics, like nutrition, reproduction, welfare, health, and cattle evaluation.  You’ll have the chance to practice for the state dairy skill-a-thon and quiz bowl contests and get to tour area farms.  Experts from the dairy industry and Michigan State University will lead educational, hands-on sessions about dairy management to bring the learning to life!  This conference is open to youth ages 13-19 as of January 1, 2014.

Please visit the Michigan 4-H Dairy Conference registration page for more information.

Support for this workshop is provided by the American Dairy Association of Michigan, Land Of Lakes, Inc. Foundation and the Michigan Milk Producers Association.

Michigan 4-H Shooting Sports Instructor Certification


Location: Kettunen Center, 14901 4-H Drive, Tustin, MI 49688

Who Should Attend?
Adult and teen 4-H volunteers who have been approved by their county MSU Extension 4-H Staff person to work with 4-H Shooting Sports Programs and who have at least a basic working knowledge of and experience in the discipline in which they wish to participate. Teens must be at least 16 years old as of January 1, 2014.

Conference Objectives:
The 4-H Shooting Sports Adult & Teen Instructors Certification Workshop provides leaders an opportunity to:

  • Develop and improve skills in teaching shooting sports activities to youth
  • Work toward certification to become a Michigan 4-H Shooting Sports certified instructor in a variety of shooting disciplines.
  • Learn how to develop, expand, and maintain local 4-H Shooting Sports programs
  • Exchange ideas for local and State 4-H Shooting Sports programs with other leaders
  • Develop renewed respect and concern for safety in the 4-H Shooting Sports program.

Visit the Michigan 4-H Shooting Sports Instructor Certification registration page for more information.

Support for this workshop is provided by The Hal and Jean Glassen Memorial Foundation, The National Wild Turkey Federation- Michigan Chapter, The Federal Cartridge Company and The Tkachik Sisters Charitable Fund of The Community Foundation of Southeast Michigan.                                                                 

ABCs of Bullying Prevention and Be SAFE - Safe Affirming and Fair Environments


Location: Holiday Inn, 1951 US 41, Marquette, MI 49855

Part 1: ABCs of Bullying Prevention: Addressing Bullying in Community Settings Workshop

Bullying is widespread and of great concern to many of us – including young people, families, educators, youth workers and other community members. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, bullying is a form of youth violence that can cause physical injury, social and emotional distress and even death. Bullying has serious consequences which put youth at higher risk for substance abuse, academic problems, mental health issues and violence in adolescence and adulthood.

While schools across the country have stepped up efforts to protect students from harassment, intimidation and physical violence, support is needed to help adults in a variety of youth settings learn ways to work with young people to build healthy relationships and settings. Educators, youth workers and families all have important roles to play in creating environments that foster healthy social and emotional development.

Providing adults with opportunities to explore and connect around these issues is the focus of a Michigan State University Extension workshop titled ABCs of Bullying Prevention: Addressing Bullying in Community Settings. This half-day workshop is designed for adults who live with, care about and work with young people, including parents, caregivers and those who work in schools, youth and family agencies, youth organizations (such as 4-H, Scouts, and Boys and Girls Clubs), juvenile justice, faith-based communities, recreation departments and other community groups.

During the ABCs of Bullying Prevention workshop, participants will:

  • Share perspectives on the prevalence and types of bullying behaviors affecting their communities – and explore how these perspectives connect with recent research.
  • Examine bullying, bias and harassment through the lens of differences.
  • Explore key strategies for addressing these complex issues at the personal, interpersonal, institutional and cultural levels.
  • Learn about programs and resources that can be used in community settings, including an MSU Extension initiative titled Be SAFE: Safe, Affirming and Fair Environments.

Part 2: Be SAFE Curriculum Workshop

The new Be SAFE: Safe, Affirming and Fair Environments curriculum is designed to help young people aged 11 to 14 and adults work in partnership to create environments that are physically and emotionally safe. While the primary audiences for Be SAFE are young people and adults involved in out-of-school time settings, it also applies to middle school settings. The overall goals of the curriculum, which draws from extensive research from a variety of key disciplines as well as evidenced-based bullying prevention programs, are to:

  • Promote social and emotional learning and development.
  • Address and reduce bullying.
  • Prevent bullying behaviors by tapping the wisdom and assets of youth and adults.
  • Develop positive relationships with peers and adults.

Be SAFE includes 10 key focus areas with engaging activities as well as an extensive introduction, an evaluation component, ways to connect with families, specific recommendations from groups that have used Be SAFE, and ways to learn more about the topics. You’ll leave the workshop with a variety of strategies for using Be SAFE within your youth settings. More information about the curriculum, including a free PDF download of the curriculum introduction is available at http://web2.msue.edu/bulletins2/product/be-safe-safe-affirming-and-fair-environments-1363.cfm.

Facilitator: The workshops will be facilitated by Lynn Krahn, Extension educator and Erin Ross, Extension educator. They are based on the work of MSU Extension program leaders Janet Olsen and Karen Pace, who are co-authors of Be SAFE: Safe, Affirming and Fair Environments curriculum.

Workshop registration and accommodations

The registration cost for these workshops covers the workshop materials and refreshments. Online registration closes on April 13. A $50 cancellation fee will apply after April 14.

Marquette County participants - you can get a $30 reduced fee if you are one of the first 10 Marquette County participants to register.  When you register and get to the payment page, click on any option except credit card, and then click “next”.  You will receive another invoice by email or mail for $70.  Please monitor your email for an invoice.

For more information about MSU Extension resources and events related to bullying prevention, visit http://msue.anr.msu.edu/topic/info/bullying.

Visit the ABCs of Bullying Prevention and Be SAFE registration page for more information.

Real Colors Workshop


Location: Bi Bear Hospitality Room, 2 Ice Circle, Sault Ste. Marie, MI 49783
  • Discover your personal strengths
  • Learn to recognize strengths in others
  • Learn to recognize
  • Accept and value the differences of others
  • Learn to modify your communication style to connect with others
  • Discover the different ways individuals process information
  • Learn to appreciate and value the viewpoints of others
  • Learn how to apply Real Colors principles in all areas of your life
  • Meet other adults and teens from Chippewa, Mackinac and Luce Counties

Real Colors is a simple way to identify the four temperaments (Blue, Gold, Green and Orange). It is an effective tool to understand human behaviors specific to each temperament. Real Colors is presented in a fast, fun, interactive format where participants learn to quickly identify their own temperament or "color" and that of others. Through Real Colors, you'll gain a completely new perspective on yourself and the things that are most important to you. You will learn characteristics of people you know and their color. This knowledge gives you valuable insight into what is most important to them and why they may react differently than others. Using this powerful knowledge, you can develop more effective communication skills and build better relationships, at home, in the work place, and with young people you work with.

Cost: Free for 4-H Members and Volunteers, $10 for non-4-H. Age is 12+. Pizza, chips and drinks included! 

Pre-registration needed by: Monday, May 12 (workshop max. is 35, so reserve your spot early!) Call the Chippewa County MSUE office at 635-6368 or e-mail Melanie Greenfield at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) 

Program Facilitator: Nancy Victorson, MSU Extension Educator, Certified Real Colors Trainer  

Real Colors is a registered trademark of the National Curriculum and Training Institute.

4-H Companion Animal Teen & Adult Volunteer Training Workshop


Location: Kettunen Center, 14901 4-H Drive, Tustin, MI 49688

Participants in this exciting, hands-on training opportunity will gain new ideas and information about companion animal projects, while having the ability to work with their own companion animal.  This workshop is open to 4-H volunteers and youth aged 12 (as of January 1, 2014) and up, who are interested in sharing, learning, and exploring new information about companion animals.  Participants will learn new information about activities, club and group development, companion animal management skills, health, nutrition, and many other topics.  New for 2014!  Participants are welcome and encouraged to bring their dogs to experience hands-on workshop sessions!  Support for this workshop is provided by donors to the Michigan 4-H Foundation.

Visit the 4-H Companion Animal Teen & Adult Volunteer Training Workshop registration page for more information.

4-H Mentoring Weekend


Location: Kettunen Center, 14901 4-H Drive, Tustin, MI 49688

4-H Mentoring Weekend is a three-day workshop for adults and youth who are matched for three months or more in a mentoring program through 4-H and other youth mentoring organizations.  Mentoring program staff are also welcome to attend. The weekend offers activities to mentoring matches with a focus on science, outdoor education, healthy living, and meaningful service in order to strengthen the mentoring relationship. Mentors are also provided with structured training that aims to build the mentoring relationship. Support for this workshop is provided by donors to the Michigan 4-H Foundation.

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