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4-H Portfolio. Guidelines and Suggestions By Connie N. Lake County Extension Agent. Contents. Cover Sheet (name, age, date of birth, 4-H club(s), county, headshot photo, 4 x 6 action photo, etc.) – 5 points Leadership Experiences – 35 points

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4-H Portfolio

Guidelines and Suggestions

By

Connie N. Lake

County Extension Agent


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Contents

  • Cover Sheet (name, age, date of birth, 4-H club(s), county, headshot photo, 4 x 6 action photo, etc.) – 5 points

  • Leadership Experiences – 35 points

  • Citizenship/Community Service Experiences – 35 points

  • Project(s) Experiences – 35 points

  • 4-H Story – 50 points

  • Support materials (photos, news articles, etc) – 20 points

  • Overall presentation – 25 points


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Cover sheet

South Carolina

4-H Portfolio

Connie Lake

406 Kempson Bridge Road

Saluda, SC 29138

Phone: (864) 445-8117

Date of Birth: 7/21/??

4-H Age as of Jan. 1: 16

Club: Saluda 4-H Horse Club

Saluda County 4-H


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Leadership Experiences

  • Within the 6 pages of experiences

  • Include 4-H and non 4-H (as long as it is related )

Goals

2004 – To learn to recite the 4-H Pledge in front of an audience.

2005 - To run for an officer for my club.

2006 – Served as a volunteer teen leader for my 4-H Club.

2007 – Led a 3 day cooking class for 10 4-H kids in my community


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Activities

2004 – Led the 4-H pledge at my club meeting.

2005 – Ran for the office of secretary in my 4-H club and spent $4.00 on my campaign.

2006 – Volunteered to served as a volunteer teen leader for my 4-H club.

2007 – Led a 3 day cooking class for 10 4-H kids in my community.


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Knowledge and skills gained

2004 - Learned to recite the 4-H pledge and lead it in front of an audience.

2005 – Learned how to run for an office and present a campaign speech.

2006 – Learned how to assist the club leader as a teen leader for my 4-H club.

2007 – Learned how to organize, advertise, write lesson plans and lead a 3 day cooking class for younger 4-H kids.


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Goals, activities, and knowledge gained MUST relate

Goals

2004 – To learn to recite the 4-H Pledge in front of an audience.

Activities

2004 – Led the 4-H pledge at my club meeting.

Knowledge and skills gained

2004 - Learned to recite the 4-H pledge and lead it in front of an audience.


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Leadership Examples

  • One on one teaching

  • Assisting at a club meeting

  • Speaking in front of a group

  • Office held or campaigned for

  • Demonstrations


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Citizenship Experiences

Goal

2006 – To help in establishing the 911 system in my county

2007 – To do something special for the elderly.

Activities

2006 – Helped 3 elderly ladies put up their E-911 signs so that the ambulance can locate their home easier.

2007 – My 4-H club and I hosted a Bingo party for the patients at the Saluda Nursing Center.

Knowledge and Skills Gained

2006 – Learned the importance of E-911 signs and how they help the ambulance service,

2007 – How young people and be a benefit to the elderly in their community.


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Citizenship Activities

  • Activities with the elderly and handicapped

  • Activities for the homeless and needy

  • Activities for non-profit groups


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Project Experiences

Dairy Project

Goals

2006 – To show a dairy heifer at the fair.

Activities

2000 - Went to the 4-H Dairy Showmanship Clinic that was held at the Cattle Arena in Saluda.

- Showed at the Saluda Fair -- Won 1st place in showmanship and 1st place in the Junior Calf class.

Knowledge and Skills Gained

2006 - Learned to groom and show a dairy heifer.

Goat Project

Goals

2006 – To raise a wether goat through 4-H.

Activities

2006 – Purchased a goat through the State 4-H Wether Project at $65.00.

-- Purchased a registered doe and showed it at the Saluda 4-H Show winning $15.00.

Knowledge and Skills Gained

2006 – Learned to properly care for and show a goat.


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Goals

2006 – To show a dairy heifer at the fair.

2006 – To raise a goat through 4-H.

Activities

2006 - Went to the 4-H Dairy Showmanship

Clinic that was held at the Cattle

Arena in Saluda.

- Showed at the Saluda Fair -- Won 1st

place in showmanship and 1st place

in the Junior Calf class.

2006 - Purchased a goat through the State

4-H Goat Project at $65.00.

- Purchased a registered doe and

showed it at the Saluda 4-H Show

winning $15.00.

Knowledge and Skills Gained

2006 - Learned to groom and show a dairy

heifer.

- Learned to properly care for and

show goat.


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4-H Story

  • Limited to 6 pages

  • Font – 12 points, double spaced

  • Should reflect the impact that 4-H has had on your life and those around you.

  • Focus on the MOST meaningful experiences.

  • Tell how you apply what you have learned in 4-H to other parts of your life.


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Part 1

  • Introduce yourself

    • Age

    • Interests

    • Parents

    • Brothers and sisters

    • Where you live

    • Where you go to school

    • When and why you joined 4-H.


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Part 2

  • Tell about the each section of your portfolio

  • Begin with the most impressive activity; something with leadership and you most important project area

  • State how 4-H helped you learn things about this subject you didn’t know before, how your project grew in size and scope, and some things you tried successfully and unsuccessfully.


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Part 3

  • Highlight other 4-H projects and activities including major learning experiences, special interests and unusual situations you encountered.


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Part 4

  • Leadership stories

  • Citizenship stories

    • How 4-H has increased your interest and participation in community affairs.


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Part 5

  • Career goals

  • 4-H’s influence in your career choice

  • 4-H’s effect on you as a person


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Support materials

  • 6 page limit

  • List a summary of award and recognition that you have received. Do not repeat what is already in other sections

  • Variety of support materials

    • Photos

    • Awards (ribbons, certificates)

    • Newspaper clippings

    • Drawings

    • Articles that you wrote, etc

  • Scrap booking style is acceptable


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Support Material

  • 2005

  • Won first place in showmanship at the Saluda 4-H Shows in dairy, swine and goat competition.

  • At the Saluda 4-H Swine Show, my heavy weight pig won Reserved Grand Champion.



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Overall Presentation

  • Package should be neat

  • Bound into a folder/notebook or the Green folder from National 4-H Supply Source Book

  • 24” x 24” size limit

  • Label in the bottom left corner



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