This year’s Cabin Fever Series for 4-H Volunteers is combining efforts with other states in the Northeast region! The following three topics will be featured in virtual workshops this winter:
- re-engaging and motivating youth
- designing captivating and fun activities
- expanding possibilities for youth to broaden their world
These workshops will offer a great chance to learn something new, brush up on your skills and connect with 4-H volunteers from across the Northeast!
January 19 – Re-engaging & motivating youth. Hear from a panel of fellow volunteers as they share out-of-the-box and interesting ways to connect with youth.
February 16 – Designing captivating and fun activities. Feeling in a rut? Check out a showcase of activities and explore effective practices for designing and delivering dynamic activities that all youth will enjoy.
March 16 – Expanding possibilities for youth. The pandemic has increased isolation and diminished opportunities for many youth. 4-H can offer youth ways to expand their world. We will discuss how volunteers can mentor youth and help them make connections, try new things, and take positive risks – even during a pandemic.