Nebraska 4-H fosters youth's commitment to their communities and growing future leaders. Through community development programs, youth develop and exercise leadership skills, gain a greater awareness of their civic responsibilities, participate in service projects, be represented on community decision bodies, and be engaged, well-informed citizens who are active in their local and global communities.
Through leadership development programs youth develop important life skills, including:
- Concern for others
- Contributing to a group
Leadership Development Signature Programs
The Leadership Summit program is designed to equip youth with an awareness of the gifts they can offer to their families, friends, teams, and communities. Leadership Discovery and Personality Trait Assessment sessions followed by engaging interactive leadership development activities will build knowledge of interpersonal and teamwork skills.
The Nebraska 4-H Youth Leadership Conference is an opportunity for all youth ages 14-18 to build connections with peers from across the state, learn from adult mentors, and develop and practice leadership skills. Youth do not need to be enrolled in 4-H to attend the conference. The 4-H Youth Leadership Conference is held in June at the Nebraska State 4-H Camp at Halsey. The 4-H Youth Leadership Conference is planned and facilitated by the 4-H Youth Leadership Conference Ambassadors.
4-H Youth Leadership Conference Ambassadors serve as the planning committee for the 4-H Youth Leadership Conference held annually in June at the Nebraska State 4-H Camp at Halsey. Ambassadors meet on a monthly basis to plan and prepare for the conference while also developing their own leadership skills. By serving as an Ambassador, youth have the opportunity to build connections with peers from across the state, learn from adult mentors, and take a leadership role in planning the annual 4-H Youth Leadership Conference.
A highly interactive leadership development program aimed at helping students recognize their leadership strengths and determine when and how to apply those strengths to their schools, families, and communities.
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