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Volunteer with Michigan 4-H and help grow true leaders in your community by empowering young people with skills to lead for a lifetime. Join us as we grow kids in your community!.
December 15, 2020 – August 21, 2021
MSU Tollgate SSLI is open to youth 15-19 interested in learning about sustainability through career/workforce preparation, a mentorship model, and capstone projects.
May 17, 2021 – August 27, 2021 Online
The Tollgate Camp Stewards and Stewards-in-Training positions are open to youth ages 13-19 interested in gaining career and college readiness skills mentoring campers in an outdoor farm setting.
November 9, 2020 – November 12, 2020 Online
Explore veterinary science through interactive sessions as you visit Tollgate Farm virtually to learn about livestock and companion animals through STEM challenges & learning!
Published on September 14, 2020
In this video you will see how to enroll as a volunteer in 4-H Online 2.0. You'll see how to login to an existing account, start an enrollment, select a volunteer role, select clubs, select projects, and submit your enrollment.
Published on September 14, 2020
In this video you will see how to create a new family account in 4-H online 2.0, how to enroll in 4-H, and how to add members to your family
Published on September 14, 2020
In this video you will see how to login to an existing 4-H Online account in 2.0, how to edit family information, how to view family member, and how to add new 4-h members to your family.
Published on February 24, 2021
In this short video, you will learn about best practices and policies around youth safety in virtual settings including social media, explore strategies to maintain youth safety when programming virtually, and resources that are helpful.
Published on June 18, 2020
When engaging youth in virtual learning experiences, it is important to consider youth safety. These best practices should be considered by youth as they engage in online experiences, as well as parents, guardians, volunteers and other adults.
Social media and texting have created a whole new world for how people communicate. However, it is important to understand the impacts of using social media and texting as a means of communication and to carefully consider how to keep everyone safe.
Published on June 2, 2017
Volunteers are a critical part of Michigan 4-H and other MSU Extension programs. Complete the Volunteer Selection Process and become a volunteer today!
Published on May 19, 2020
This resource provides volunteers with expectations for leading virtual programs with youth.
Published on May 28, 2015
Many Michigan counties offer 4-H youth mentoring programs.
This guide provides adult 4-H volunteer leaders with information needed to address financial matters in any 4-H group.
Published on July 13, 2020
Virtual learning experiences are opportunities for engagement when face-to-face meetings are not possible. They also can supplement face-to-face programming. When planning a virtual program, consider the following questions and best practices.
Weather-proof 4 x 6 inch white vinyl stickers with the green 4-H Grows Here logo. Stickers are packaged and distributed in sets of 100.
Published on April 24, 2017
With a goal of ensuring every Michigan child is prepared with the knowledge, tools and skills to lead a healthy and productive life, MSU Extension’s children and youth programming uses the experiential learning model through which children learn best.
Published on January 5, 2018
Setting boundaries may be difficult but they yield benefits.
Published on January 5, 2018
Boundaries can change as situations and people change.
COVID-19 Update: MSU Tollgate Farm remains focused on the health and well-being of its participants, volunteers and employees and has made the decision to cancel or postpone all youth activities until further notice. Providing a safe place for social, emotional, and physical growth is paramount for all our programming. We hope to have stewards and stewards-in-training join us on the farm for summer camp 2021. In person program will be determined by the University and public health guidelines, and registration currently holds a space in the program. Please join us for a virtual winter series for connection and leadership training. See below.
Registration is LIVE for Summer Stewards and Stewards-in-Training!
MSU Tollgate Farm Stewards Teen Leadership Programs - Tollgate Farm and Education Center
What is a steward? A steward is someone whose responsibility it is to take care of something. Stewards have a chance to enrich, mentor, and lead while gaining valuable leadership and life skills. At Tollgate Farm Camp, stewards (ages 15-19) and stewards-in-training (ages 13-14) serve in leadership as they mentor peers and campers throughout the camp day.
MSU Tollgate Farm is offering a virtual winter series for past, present, and future stewards and stewards-in-training. This is a safe place to connect or reunite as a community and to explore resiliency and growth as youth leaders during this time. Led by youth and moderated by staff, virtual sessions include ice-breaker or team-building activity and guest presenters. Once registered, watch your email for a zoom invitation. Monthly Thursdays, 4 - 5 p.m. EST, February - May, 2021. Registration coming soon. Registrants are asked to fill out this media release and email it to email@example.com. Participants under 18 need parental consent to participate in this program.
Register HERE for Summer Stewards Teen Leadership Program!
What is a Steward? A steward is a person whose responsibility it is to take care of something. This experience offers teens a chance for stewards to enrich, mentor, and lead campers while gaining valuable leadership and life skills. In a positive educational environment, teens experience the responsibilities associated with potential career paths before entering college. The Tollgate Camp Teen Steward (15-19 yrs) and Tollgate Steward-in-Training (13-14 yrs) positions are for teens interested in gaining experience working with campers in the farm setting.
The Stewards-in-Training (SIT) program is the start of the progressive Tollgate Teen Leadership Program. Stewards-in-Training are 13-14 years of age and must have the ability to commit to one full week of camp and no more than 4 weeks. SITs serve as role models for campers during activities. Each SIT is scheduled to work with the camp group best suited to their age and interests. Stewards-in-training pay $180 per week for in-person SIT camp week.
The Steward program is for teens 15-19 years of age as volunteer assistants to the educational leaders and role models for both SITs and campers. Stewards must commit to at least two full weeks of camp. Stewards develop a deep understanding and knowledge of the farm and our educational camp program. Stewards develop skills which can be called upon as they move forward through their academic and work careers. First year stewards are asked to submit a resume and complete a 20-minute virtual interview.
Filling out the registration will hold your space in the program. SIT fee will be collected as the season comes closer and determination regarding in-person programming is finalized.
New this year! MSU Stewards Sustainability Leadership Institute (Pending a return to in-person programming)
Scheduled for June 14-19, 2021, SSLI is an in depth six day training and youth development summit incorporating a mentorship model, a multi-day outdoor wilderness team building adventure, a leadership role at stewards trainings and camp, a certificate of completion, and a capstone sustainability action project, all with a focus on educating for sustainability. For those interested in learning more or applying for this fun and exciting leadership experience, click HERE.
Important Dates for Stewards, SITs, and SSLI Stewards (Pending a return to in-person programming) :
May 17 Final day for application submissions
May 18, May 20 New Steward Interviews
Tuesday, May 18: 3 - 8 p.m.
Thursday, May 20: 3 - 8 p.m.
Monday - Saturday, June 14-19 - SSLI Stewards
Friday - Saturday, June 18-19 - Stewards and Stewards-in-Training overnight training
Thursday, July 22 – Stewards and Stewards-in-Training Midsummer Celebration and Training
Friday, August 27: 4:30 -8:30 p.m. – Camp Closing Celebration
MSU Extension Tollgate Farm Camps are a program of Michigan 4-H Youth Development. 4-H enrollment at 4-H Online is required for your child to attend MSU Tollgate Farm Camp.
Also, registration is coming soon for a virtual Tollgate Farm Stewards Teen Leadership Winter Series. Teens interested in being on the leadership steering committee to help plan that series, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you to the 56 youth who joined us for the Tollgate Farm Stewards Virtual Summer Series 2020!
HOW TO REGISTER
MSU Tollgate Farm Camps are a program of Michigan 4-H. Enrollment at 4-H Online is required for your child to attend MSU Tollgate Farm Camp.
Step 1: Go to 4-H Online to enroll/re-enroll your child(ren) as Oakland County 4-H members.
See Tollgate registration page for complete instructions.
Step 2: After completing 4-H enrollment at 4-H Online, register for Tollgate Farm camp (See bottom of this page).
Step 3: For Stewards-in-Training, an invoice for SIT registration fee per week will be sent in 2021.
4-H is a learn-by-doing, fun, educational program, helping youth in their growth and development and compliments experiences received at home, school and other organizations. As a member of 4-H, there are many other opportunities to get your youngster involved, including approximately 50 4-H clubs in Oakland County where members work with a large variety of project areas, including agriculture, aerospace, community service, horses, science and technology, and more. Questions regarding 4-H? Contact Deb Morgan at email@example.com.
For questions regarding 4-H Online registration, please contact Oakland County 4-H at 4Hoakland@anr.msu.edu or 248-858-0889.
For questions regarding stewards programs and registration, please contact Tollgate at 248-701-9956. Tollgate Farm Education Coordinator and Stewards Program Coordinator, Ellen Koehler at firstname.lastname@example.org
If the week you want is full,
please email email@example.com to be added to the wait list.