April 24-26, 2015: MI 4-H Shooting Sports Instructor Certification Workshop
Location: Kettunen Center, 14901 4-H Drive, Tustin, MI, 49688
This Michigan 4-H Shooting Sports Instructor Certification workshop is for 4-H staff, adult 4-H volunteers who have completed the 4-H Volunteer Selection Process with their county, and teens enrolled in a 4-H shooting sports club who are at least 16 years old as of Jan. 1, 2015. Participants must be approved by their county MSU Extension 4-H Staff person to work with 4-H Shooting Sports Programs and have at least a basic working knowledge of, and experience in the discipline in which they wish to participate. Disciplines offered will include shotgun, rifle (BB, .22, air/pellet), archery, muzzleloading, and hunting and wildlife.
Participants will learn about the Michigan 4-H Shooting Sports mission, policies, risk management, safety, discipline specific equipment use and care, how to teach shooting fundamentals to youth, range set-up, and more. Participants will also develop and improve skills in teaching shooting sports activities to youth; learn how to develop, expand, and maintain local 4-H Shooting Sports clubs/programs; have the opportunity to exchange ideas for local and State 4-H Shooting Sports programs with volunteers from many counties; and develop renewed respect and concern for safety in the 4-H Shooting Sports program. Adults who successfully complete the workshop and all other requirements will receive certification as a Michigan 4-H Shooting Sports Instructor for the discipline in which they participated. Only 4-H certified instructors can lead live-fire, on-range shooting and archery experiences for youth and/or in 4-H Shooting Sports programs.
The 4-H Shooting Sports Adult & Teen Instructors Certification Workshop provides leaders an opportunity to:
• Develop and improve skills in teaching shooting sports activities to youth
• Work toward certification to become a Michigan 4-H Shooting Sports certified instructor in a variety of shooting disciplines.
• Learn how to develop, expand, and maintain local 4-H Shooting Sports programs
• Exchange ideas for local and State 4-H Shooting Sports programs with other leaders
• Develop renewed respect and concern for safety in the 4-H Shooting Sports program.
For registration, g
o to http://events.anr.msu.edu/4hshooting15/.
Once registrations have been entered, workshop attendees who have not paid online with a credit card are still expected to send their payment to their county MSU Extension office or ANR Events Management at 446 W. Circle Dr. East Lansing, MI 48824, with a copy of their registration receipt. All fees must be prepaid prior to attendance at the conference or be subject to cancellation. When county staff login to register other individuals, they will select the type of participant from the roster and register the person in the system. Registrations must be entered into the MSU Extension Event registration System no later than 11:59 pm on April 15, 2015 at which time registration will be closed.
Fun, family, Fair and 4-H are what 4-H Discovery Day is all about!
is a collaborative effort between Oakland County 4-H and Oakland County Fair designed to showcase all the opportunities for youth in 4-H and at the Oakland County Fair (July 3-12, 2015).
We are looking for 4-H clubs to showcase club activities or project areas with a hands-on-activity, demo or craft.
Also needed are lots of volunteers to assist with set-up, clean-up and several activities throughout the day.
If you have any great ideas or want to join us, please contact Debbie Morgan
May 31-July 18, 2015: 4-H Citizenship Washington Focus (CWF)