Volunteer Leaders Working with Judging Teams. 4-H In-service, April 24 -26, 2007 Carmen G. Burgos Extension Specialist, Volunteer Development. Why have a judging team program?. Judging: Is a valuable teaching technique is a way to present project information
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4-H In-service, April 24 -26, 2007
Carmen G. Burgos
Extension Specialist, Volunteer Development
Judging teaches youth to:
Judging Team opportunities Leaders?
Consumer Decision Making
Plant and Seed Identification
Your goals and interest
Different ways of involving volunteers in judging activities.
Select a starting point
potential volunteer coaches you already know about
decide which judging team(s) you want to start withConsider ….
Sources: judging team?
Professionals in the industries
Collegiate 4-H or
Handouts at club meetings
Flyers at events
Attend or contact association/chapter meeting
NewsletterWhere and how can I find volunteers ?
Trained judging team? volunteers
Study resources and materials
Plan or study schedule
Coordinate paperwork requirements properly
Interest in helping each child reach their potential
Commitment: (youth, parents, and coaches)
Youth interested in subject matter and involved in the “doing” aspect of learning
Judging situation at every practice
Positive learning environment
Fun!What does it take to have a successful experience?