Below is the information for Fall Forum Registration.
We are so excited to announce the registration for Fall Forum.
Fall Forum is a fun learning opportunity for leaders, adult volunteers and staff! This year we are excited to have Jennifer Sirangelo, National 4-H Council President and CEO join us Friday evening and be our Keynote on Saturday. There are so many exciting sessions taught by youth, volunteers and staff.
The program kicks off Friday evening with over 15 interactive sessions. Saturday offers more than 25 workshops to choose from. We will wrap up Fall Forum with an evening of fun interactive Connection Zoom Rooms!
When: November 6-7, 2020
Where: In your home via Zoom meeting for workshops and webinar for large group sessions
Who: Youth Leaders (7th– 13th grade)—Adult Volunteers —Staff
Cost: $20 per person (includes long sleeve t-shirt and program materials)
Registration: September 11 – October 1.
- Registration is not complete until payment is received by the State 4-H Office. **(Check with your county 4-H Youth Development Staff to see if county 4-H Leaders Associations offer any funding to assist with registration.)
Register Today – Click on the links to learn what Fall Forum has to offer.
Thank you to the youth and adult leaders from the Wisconsin Leadership Council for their work in helping to plan this conference!
- Elections for the Wisconsin 4-H Leadership Council will take place November 5-7. We are currently accepting applications through September 30. For more information and/or to apply: https://fyi.extension.wisc.edu/wi4hvolunteers/wi-4-h-leader-council/.
Last year over 400 youth leaders, adult volunteers, and staff participated. We hope to increase that to 450! Register today!
Know, we will miss being in the physical space with you this fall AND we are looking forward to your energy, ideas and excitement in the virtual space. There will be lots of fun ways for you to engage and connect!
Thank you each for your leadership as youth and adult volunteers in Wisconsin 4-H Youth Development programs. We hope you will consider this statewide opportunity!
This program is funded in part by the Wisconsin 4-H Foundation.