Youth Members

You have worked so hard on your 4-H projects this year and even though we can’t see you in person, we are excited to see your work! Though not the same as the county fair, online judging is a great opportunity to share what you have learned and receive feedback from a judge to help you think about your goals and plans for next year. We hope these resources will help you make the most of your virtual learning showcase experience.

Those taking part in the virtual showcase experience may be interested in identifying convenient public wifi in their community. This is not an exhaustive list but a helpful tool. Youth participating in a virtual auction may also be interested in exploring the 4-H Animal Project Marketing Resources site.

Resources for 4-H Youth Exhibitors

  • 4-H Virtual Auction Explanation for Youth Marketing Projects

    Published on June 23, 2020
    Youth who plan to sell a livestock or still project at a virtual auction will find answers to their frequently asked questions in this helpful document.

  • Keeping Youth Safe Virtually: Best Practices

    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.

  • 4-H Cloverbud Project Learning Reflection

    Published on June 17, 2020
    Cloverbuds participating in the virtual learning showcase will be asked to reflect on their experiences. The questions will be asked as part of the FairEntry process and should be considered in advance of entering classes online.

  • 4-H Virtual Auction Resources and Documents

    Published on June 8, 2020
    Youth participants and potential buyers will find these helpful resources and documents useful as they prepare for virtual auction opportunities.

  • 4-H Virtual Auctions: Youth Participant FAQ

    Published on June 4, 2020
    Answers to some of the most commonly asked questions by youth participants taking part in an online auction.

  • Tips for Taking Photos and Video

    Published on June 1, 2020
    Michigan 4-H members taking part in a virtual learning showcase or auction can utilize these helpful tips to make the most of their virtual entries.

  • Virtual Learning Showcase Exhibitor Tip Sheet

    Published on June 1, 2020
    This helpful tip sheet can be customize by local fairs and distributed to youth exhibitors to help them plan for their online judging experience.

  • Virtual Horse Show Considerations

    Published on June 1, 2020
    Coordinating a virtual horse exhibition for youth will be much different than coordinating an in-person event. It is important to consider several elements before getting started.

  • Michigan 4-H Market Animal Project Record Book

    Published on October 17, 2014
    4-H Market Animal projects provide youth an opportunity to gain life skills such as record keeping, communication and self-responsibility through raising and selling a livestock animal.

How to Create a Video Entry and Submit Through FairEntry

Tips for Exhibitors Making Online Entries