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Putting Service into an All Star Nomination. Presenters: Sheila Westfall – WV All Star Executive Board – Central District Scout Carl Townsend - WV All Star Executive Board – County Agent Rep. Workshop goal:.

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putting service into an all star nomination

PuttingServiceinto anAll Star Nomination

Presenters:

Sheila Westfall – WV All Star Executive Board – Central District Scout

Carl Townsend - WV All Star Executive Board – County Agent Rep

West Virginia University Extension Service 4-H Youth Development

workshop goal
Workshop goal:
  • West Virginia 4-H All Stars by constitution may nominate any 4-H member or volunteer leader meeting the requirements as stated in the Constitution. Both members and leaders are approver on their quality of service provided to the 4-H program and their community.
  • Annually, nominees are not approved by the state All Star screening committee because the listed involvement does not describe the service specifically or just list offices held and/or committee membership. After attending this workshop, you will be able to get all of your qualified nominees selected, and you will be able to train All Stars in your county how to do a better job, also.

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eligibility
Eligibility:
  • Leaders:
    • Age 18 or over .
    • Registered with WVU-ES as a leader.
    • Serving in at least their 5th year.
  • Members:
    • Enrolled as 4-H member in at least their 5th year.
    • Have received their 4-H Charting Pin.
    • Must be at least 17 years old & not reached age 22 by Jan 1st of current year.

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recommendations to state selection committee can be made by any
Recommendations to state selection committee can be made by any:
  • WV 4-H All Star member.
  • All Star in any collegiate 4-H club in conjunction with club’s advisor.
  • Executive committee member.
  • County Extension agent signs certifying that the constitutionally required information listed on the registration form is accurate .

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recommendations to the executive committee by any
Recommendations to the Executive Committee by any:
  • Executive committee member .
  • WV 4-H All Star member.
    • For Extension personnel and other qualified individuals who have contributed or are contributing outstanding service to the West Virginia 4-H Program according with such criteria as the Executive Committee may consider relevant and appropriate.

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leader s record
Leader’s Record
  • The 4-H All Star motto is SERVICE. In this portion of the form, write three examples of service which demonstrate 4-H service as a leader at club, county, or state level. One of these examples may include service to (not participation in) non 4-H programs. Please do not add extra pages.

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leader s record continued
Leader’s Record continued
  • BE SPECIFIC! When possible, include numbers and specific instances.
  • Avoid using such words as attended, participated, several, helped, and many.
  • Use words such as directed, organized, conducted and prepared to describe the Record of Service.
  • Do not include any proper nouns that would help identify the person or county.

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leader s record continued1
Leader’s Record continued
  • EXAMPLE often received :
    • This 4-H leader helped with club food workshops for several members over the past years.
    • This person had others help in this project teaching.
    • This leader facilitated project completion for the food project books hoping for more to complete their projects.
    • This person assisted with the county 4-H project workshop for two years.

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leader s record with action words
Leader’s Record – with Action Words
  • EXAMPLE:
    • This 4-H leader has organized and directed club food workshops for an average of 10 members per year for 6 years.
    • This person recruits and trains teen and adult volunteers to aid in this project teaching.
    • This leader answers questions from food project members about their books and encourages them to complete their projects.
    • This person was a workshop coordinator at the county 4-H project workshop for two years.

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member s record
Member’s Record
  • The 4-H All Star motto is SERVICE. In this portion of the form, write three examples of service which demonstrate 4-H service as a leader at club, county, or state level. One of these examples may include service (not participation) to non 4-H programs. Please do not add extra pages.
  • Do not repeat information provided on this page on the back page.

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member s record continued
Member’s Record continued
  • BE SPECIFIC! When possible, include numbers and specific instances.
  • Avoid using such words as attended, participated, several, helped, and many.
  • Use words such as directed, organized, conducted and prepared to describe the Record of Service.
  • Do not include any proper nouns that would help identify the person or county..

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member s record continued1
Member’s Record continued
  • EXAMPLE often received :
    • This 4-H member assisted with in two club workshops for members enrolled in This is 4-H. Twelve 4-H'ers attended.
    • Members that went through these workshops, Had more contact with the 4-H'ers, including helping with project completion, preparation for county roundup, as well as personal motivation to continue in 4-H.
    • She has also worked with this type of workshop during the two previous years and has held all club offices.

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member s record with action words
Member’s Record – with Action Words
  • EXAMPLE:
    • This 4-H member organized and directed two club workshops for members enrolled in This is 4-H. Twelve 4-H'ers participated.
    • Because of her involvement with members through these workshops, she has increased regular contact with the 4-H'ers, including counseling in project completion, preparation for county roundup, as well as personal motivation to continue in 4-H.
    • As club president, she directed training workshops attended by all other club officers.

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member s record back side overall achievement and accomplishments
Member’s Record(back side)Overall Achievement and Accomplishments
  • ACHIEVEMENT IN PROJECT WORK
    • Accomplishments/awards received for project work on county, state or national level. (Example: Has completedall projects the last six years, visual presentation in Bird Identification at state and received pins of excellence for the following:)
    • Not, has taken 6 projects and attended all county fairs.

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member s record back side overall achievement and accomplishments1
Member’s Record (back side)Overall Achievement and Accomplishments
  • CLUB, COUNTY, STATE & NATIONAL ACHIEVEMENT/ACTIVITIES including non- 4-H
    • Accomplishments, awards received, & trips earned. (Example: Selected as the outstanding county 4-H’er, received All-State selection in volleyball, member of the All-State band and attended National 4-H Conference.)

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member s record back side overall achievement and accomplishments2
Member’s Record (back side)Overall Achievement and Accomplishments
  • 4-H CAMPS AND OTHER YOUTH DEVELOPMENT ACTIVITIES
    • Weekends and full week camps, state or national trips &/or events. (Example: Served as chief of tribe, awarded exchange camper scholarship, received Heart H at Alpha I and elected as school Junior Class President.)

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common mistakes on leader s record
Common Mistakeson Leader’s Record:
  • Besides lack of use of action words.
  • Covered too many areas of service in one example.
  • Repeated information in more that one area.
  • Single sentence used in one or more areas.
  • No information in one area.
  • Adding new service info on summary of service card.

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common mistakes on member s record
Common Mistakeson Member’s Record:
  • All of the things covered on the Leader recommendations.
  • Listing achievement and accomplishments on the front side and not on the back side as required.
  • Putting new areas of Service on the back side.

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exercise
Exercise:

Using the generic record form provided:

  • Write one area of Service of each a member and a leader.
  • Complete one of the areas of achievement and accomplishments on the back side.

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how to find and complete forms
How to find and complete forms:
  • Forms are located on the internet at:
  • WVU Extension Service Web Site – Event Pack page
    • http://www.wvu.edu/%7Eexten/infores/pubs/eventpkt.htm
  • West Virginia 4-HAll Stars Web Site
    • http://www.wv4hallstars.org/Documents.html

All Stars

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questions and evaluation
Questions and Evaluation
  • Thank you for attending and participating.
  • We hope each of you learned how to expressService in you All StarRecommendations for the future.

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