Learn, Present, Compete, Win: 2018 4-H Presentations

— Written By Ali Huber and last updated by

4-H Presentations flyerSign-ups for the 2018 4-H Presentations are now open!

But, what are 4-H Presentations?

They are a unique opportunities for youth ages 5-19 to learn about a topic in-depth and then teach others about their topics through demonstrations or illustrated talks. Youth work with an advisor through Camden County Cooperative Extension and present their developed demonstration or talk to a judging panel and audience at District Activities Day on June 20th, 2018.

District Activity Day brings 4-H members from across Northeast North Carolina to compete with one another in judged presentations. It is an exciting day filled with fun, food, prizes and making new friends. Plus, you’ll get to see others talk on interesting topics. You can present on wide-variety of topics from Embryology to Event Planning to Endangered Animals to Exercise and Fitness and every topic in-between.

Along the way, you will be able to delve deep into a topic that interests you and explore it in a unique and exciting way. You will develop public speaking skills, confidence and research skills. Then to wrap it all up you will get to compete for prizes and meet other 4-H’ers in North Carolina. The top presenters from District Activity Day will be selected to compete at the State level. Sign-up to begin your presentation and if you aren’t sure what topic you want to do then call (252-331-7630) or email (Ali_Huber@ncsu.edu) or stop by and we can find the right topic for you. Timeline for 4-H Presentations for Camden County youth is listed below.

May 11th – Sign-up for Presentation

June 2nd – Final Draft turned into Mentor

June 19th – Presentation Practice

June 20th – Presentation at District Activity Day in Warren County

Sign-up for 4-H Presentations

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