Training and technical assistance for community and county 4-H advisory groups to help them provide high-quality and effective youth development programming consistent with Michigan 4-H policies and practices.

Providing high-quality and effective youth development programming consistent with the theory, policies and practices of Michigan 4-H Youth Development is a priority of MSU Extension. To accomplish this, training and technical assistance on issues such as 4-H structure, by-laws and best practices is available to community and county 4-H advisory groups across the state.

Looking for resources for your advisory group? View our Advisory Toolkit.

For more information, contact Darren Bagley, bagleyda@msu.edu.

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  • Participants in a Zoom meeting

    Using programs like Zoom or Skype for 4-H advisory groups

    Published on March 8, 2019

    While virtual meetings are not ideal, they may be the only way to conduct necessary business until a face-to-face meeting can occur. Follow these steps to ensure fairness to all members and meeting participants.

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