State Teen Action Representative Retreat 2016
Do you have what it takes to be a leader? Are you looking for opportunities to develop leadership skills? Would you like to meet new people, make new friends and generally have a great time? What if I told you that you could spend an entire weekend doing all of that and more for only $85? Well, guess what, you can!
The State Teen Action Representative Retreat (STARR) is an fun-filled conference where 4-H teens learn, lead, make friends, and so much more! STARR 2016 is happening from Friday, April 9th through May 1st, 2016 and we are accepting applications right now!
Hurry though, as we need to hear from you by February 19th!
When: April 29-May 1, 2016
Who: Any 4-H member who is thirteen or older and who wants to work on their leadership skills and/or learn more about new programs.
Cost: Generally around $85 (this includes travel, meals while at the event, program materials, and an event t-shirt). The 4-H program does have some funding to pay part of the cost of this program if needed—contact John for more information.
How: Any teen interested in attending the 2016 event MUST complete a Public Presentation in the current 4-H year AND submit a one-page essay indicating which leadership skills they hope to improve or how they might use improved leadership skills BEFORE Thursday, February 19, 2016.
If you are a Warren County 4-H teen and have an interest in meeting new friends, identifying and developing your own leadership skills, and having a great time then you are strongly encouraged to go to the STARR!
For more information, contact the CCE Education Center at (518) 623-3291.