Events

Overview of the Michigan authored, national 4-H curriculum; Build Your Future: choices… connections…careers, is provided with sample lesson activities.

Mock Interview Day is an opportunity for high school students to meet employers and prepare for their careers.

Learn how to implement this new National 4-H curriculum focusing on career exploration and workforce preparation in your club, school or community group.

This MSU pre-college program focuses on civic engagement and public policy. Teens experience state government in action as they interact with legislators and staff.

During this workshop, you will have the opportunity to participate in a great, hands-on workshop focused on fine-tuning your skills for interviewing volunteers.

Learn how to implement this new National 4-H curriculum focusing on career exploration and workforce preparation. Curriculum, toolkit, and refreshments included.

Share, Empower, Learn and Launch (SELL) the next "Big Thing" in your community!

Learn how to implement this new National 4-H curriculum focusing on career exploration and workforce preparation in your club, school or community group.

Join other Michigan teens as they participate at 4-H Animal and Veterinary Science Camp this summer.

Join other Michigan youth to experience college life, learn new ideas, and build skills needed for future success. 200+ action-filled classroom & field trip sessions offered.

Career Preparation

your career ahead

Curious what career is right for you?

Position yourself to get paid! Get the job you want and build your future. Identify skills and learn how to prepare for your career.

Career exploration is the “process in which an individual chooses an educational path or training or a job which fits their interests, skills and abilities.” (www.businessdictionary.com/definition/ career-exploration.html, retrieved 07-25-12)

Workforce preparation refers to the skill-building and educational programming and training done with individuals to prepare them for work.

You may have heard this statement: “It’s not always the best person who gets the job, but the person best at getting the job.” Many experts agree, so it’s worth investing time to understand everything you can about:

Contact

For more information on how to get involved as a youth or volunteer, contact your county MSU Extension office or:

Michigan 4-H Youth Development
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Phone: 517-432-7575

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