APPLICATIONS FOR STATE AWARDS/TRIPS/CAMPS

Some of the following opportunities have their own applications and registrations. Yet, many are selected by using the Ohio 4-H Achievement Record as an application. Please read through the below information to see how best to apply for the trip, award, or opportunity you are looking for. The Logan County 4-H Advisory Council also has a budgeted amount in which they support youth attending these trips so please FILL OUT THE Scholarship application as well.

OHIO 4-H ACHIEVEMENT  RECORD

The Achievement Award Form is due the Logan County Extension Office by March 1st. Please use the following to apply:

Logan County Ohio 4-H Achievement Award Packet (PDF)

The packet contains a letter from Justin explaining the Achievement Form and how we use it, an editable form, and an example.

Ohio 4-H Achievement Award Application (Word)

Some youth prefer to edit their application in Word. Please download the above word document, if you'd like.

LOGAN COUNTY 4-H ADVISORY COUNCIL SCHOLARSHIP

The Logan County 4-H Advisory Council has funds in which they support state-level trips and camping opportunities. Please apply by March 1.

State Trip/Camp Scholarship

2021 STATE LEVEL AWARDS & TRIPS

Award/Trip Description To Apply Deadline Notes/Term/When/Where More Info
Ohio 4-H State Achievement Awards These awards recognize 4-H member’s achievements in a specific area. Areas: Beef, CARTEENS, Citizenship & Community Service, Clothing & Textiles, Companion Animals, Dairy, Dairy Goat, Environmental Sciences, Family Life & Child Development, Foods & Nutrition, Gardening & Horticulture, Health & Safety, Horse, Leadership, Meat Goat, Mechanical Engineering Sciences, Personal Development, Photography, Poultry, Rabbits, Sheep, Shooting Sports, Swine, Woodworking, and Veterinary Science.

Complete Ohio 4-H Achievement Record.

Must be at least 14 years old (as of Jan 1) and current 4-H member

Not available for 2021. Start planning for 2022 Winners receive a paid trip to National 4-H Congress in Atlanta, GA in November More Info
Buckeye Leadership Workshop (BLW) A camp to teach how to lead camps for people ages 15-99 years old

Complete BLW Registration
*see website

Must be at least 15 years old or high school freshmen and older

Due March 4
$350 (early)
$375 (late, space permitting)

*scholarship available due Jan 5

Canceled for 2021

Held at Recreation Unlimited in Ashley, OH

More Info
Citizenship Washington Focus (CWF) Through sightseeing tours of Washington D.C. and hands-on educational workshops, you will learn about the history of our nation, the leaders who shaped it, and how you can apply the leadership and citizenship skills. Meet 4-Hers from all over the United States!

Complete ‘Ohio 4-H Achievement Record’

Must be at least 14 years old (as of January 1) and current 4-H member

Due March 1 to Logan County Office

$250 (potential scholarship from Lo Co 4-H Advisory Council)

June-ish (virtual)

Held at the National 4-H Center – Chevy Chase, MD.

More Info
Leadership Washington Focus (LWF) Using the historical backdrop of Washington, D.C., you will build confidence in your ability to motivate and direct others in meaningful action, practice effective communication, create and accomplish goals, and develop an understanding of your own personal leadership style. (similar to CWF, but for younger participants)

Complete ‘Ohio 4-H Achievement Record’

Must be in grades 7 th - 9 th and current 4-H member

Due March 1 to Logan County Office

$825 (potential scholarship from Lo Co 4-H Advisory Council)

Canceled for 2021

Held at the National 4-H Center in Chevy Chase, MD.

More Info
International Programs & Exchanges

Looking for 4-H families with youth ages 10-15 to serve as a host sibling for Japanese youth (ages 12–14) annually.

Outbound travel opportunities vary annually, with expanded information available online.

Varies depending on program

Applications to host are accepted ongoing until all youth are placed.

Applications for outgoing travel due December 1

Canceled for 2021

Hosting begins late July for 3 ½ weeks.

Outbound travel varies for 3 ½ weeks in June or July

More Info
National 4-H Dairy Conference Event provides delegates with an opportunity to learn more about the dairy industry, observe new dairy industry developments, and be recognized for their achievements in the areas of dairy cows.

Complete ‘Ohio 4-H Achievement Record’

Must be at least 14 years old (as of January 1) and current 4-H member

Due March 1 to Logan County Office

$### (potential scholarship from Lo Co 4-H Advisory Council)

September 26-29

Univ of Wisconsin-Madison, in Madison, WI

More Info
Ohio 4-H Conference Day-long conference provides teens with educational sessions pertaining to 4-H projects, 4-H opportunities, leadership development, and current events.

Fill out the registration on website

All teens welcome

Due: February 12

$0, FREE

Virtual sessions will start at 9:00 am on February 20 and 7:00 pm on February 23 & 25. More Info
Ohio Youth Capital Challenge

Youth from across the state learn how to make their voices heard in government and make a difference.

Held in 3 phases: 1) March in downtown Columbus and the Capital
2) Work in teams in local communities
3) Competitions (May and July/August)

Open to high school youth in 4-H, FFA, or Ohio Farm Bureau.

40 teens selected

Due: February 1

VIRTUAL for 2021

- Phase 1 : March 26 & 27

- Competition 1: May 19

More Info

2021 STATE LEVEL BOARDS

Board Description To Apply Deadline Notes/Term/When/Where More Info
Ohio 4-H Fashion Board Youth involved in textiles & clothing projects. State Fashion Board members:
a) Assist in Ohio State Fair 4-H Fashion Revue
b) Assist with educational programming efforts related to textiles and clothing at county, regional, and state-wide events
c) Serve as an advocate for Ohio’s 4-H textiles & clothing projects & programs
Complete ‘State Fashion Board’ application and an interview at the OSF.
Up to 20 applicants selected across the state, nominated by county (1 per county)
Due: at the time of registration the day the applicant competes in the State 4-H Fashion Revue at the Ohio State Fair 1-year term
Meets throughout the year
More Info
Ohio 4-H Teen Leadership Council (TLC) TLC is a statewide group of 4-H teens and young 4-H alumni that provides a youth stakeholder perspective in the planning, implementation, and evaluation of Ohio 4-H programming.
In the process, council members develop knowledge, skills, attitudes, and aspirations needed for future success.
Complete ‘TLC Application’ Must be 14–18 years (as of January 1).
Individuals apply for white, green, silver, gold, or platinum level of involvement

Due: Friday following the Ohio State Fair

Leadership roles will have an earlier application deadline but must have previous involvement in TLC.

1-year term beginning in September

4-8 face-to-face meetings/conference calls, selfled group tasks

More Info
Ohio State Junior Fair Board

State Junior Fair Board members help strengthen and coordinate State Fair activities at the Ohio State Fair. State JFB members are expected to attend meetings and stay at the state fair for the entire 12 days.

Comprised of outstanding individuals from each of the youth organizations represented at the Ohio State Fair, this group help

Complete ‘Ohio 4-H Achievement Record’

Must be at least 16 years old (as of January 1) and current 4-H member

(2) applicants selected yearly

Not available for 2021. Start planning for 2022 2-year term More Info
4-H Event Youth Assistant The Ohio 4-H Event Youth Assistants (4HEYA) are a statewide group of 4-H teens that assist with Ohio State Fair events. In this process, members have an opportunity to enhance their leadership skills and be involved in the State 4-H program. They develop knowledge, skills, attitudes, and aspirations needed for future success. 4HEYAs work in partnership with the Ohio 4-H Teen Leadership Council, but the experiences as a whole are different. 4-H members who are 13-18 years old as of January 1, 2021 and have previously completed at least one year of 4-H Application on the website due May 15

Term: June 1-August 31

 Members are required to work at least 3 events at the Ohio State Fair. 

Required to attend one of the training options (held July 14 or 22, 2021)

More Info

2021 State Camp (and counselor) Opportunities

Camp Description To Apply Deadline Notes/Term/When/Where More Info
Camp Canopy (Forestry Camp) Learn first-hand about Ohio’s forests and natural resources. Explore the outdoors - tree ID, silviculture, ecology and forest products

Complete ‘Ohio 4-H Achievement Record’

Must be at least 14 years old (as of January 1) and current 4-H member

Due March 1 to Logan County Office

$375 (potential scholarship from Lo Co 4-H Advisory Council)

June 13 - 18 Held at FFA Camp Muskingum, Carroll County More Info

State 4-H Leadership Camp

*Teens may also apply to be counselors. Counselor App due April1, must be 18+

The premiere leadership development opportunity available to Ohio 4-H members. Develop concrete peer leadership skills that will enable you to have an immediate impact in your home 4-H club, county, community, or school

Complete ‘Ohio 4-H Achievement Record’

Must be at least 14 years old (as of January 1) and current 4-H member

Due March 1 to Logan County Office

$280 (potential scholarship from Lo Co 4-H Advisory Council)

June 1 – 5 Held at 4-H Camp Ohio

Counselors attend training May 7-9 and May 31.

More Info
OMK Ohio: Military Kids Camp Counselor Designed for military youth to help them find a positive way to cope with the stress of their family member’s deployment. Experienced counselors ages 16 and older. Due: April 1 August Held on Kelley’s Island More Info

Sea Camp

*Teens may also apply to be counselors

Fishing, snorkeling, sea-kayaking and more! Develop boating, navigation, astronomy and weather skills, all while exploring marine life. Opportunity to earn Ohio Boater Education Certificate.

Complete ‘Ohio 4-H Achievement Record’

Must be at least 14 years old (as of January 1) and current 4-H member

Due March 1 to Logan County Office

$400 (potential scholarship from Lo Co 4-H Advisory Council)

July 15-19

Held on Kelley’s Island

More Info

Ohio 4-H Shooting Education Camps

* Teens may also apply to be counselors

Select a shooting sports discipline to focus on for the week, and enjoy other traditional 4‐H camp activities. Jr. Camp ages 9-12 Sr. Camp ages12-18

$500 (potential scholarship from Lo Co 4-H Advisory Council

Jr: June 26-28
Sr: July 19-24

Held at Canter’s Cave 4‐H Camp in Jackson, OH

More Info
4-H Camp Tech 4-H Camp Tech is a three-day, two-night camp, located on the campus of The Ohio State University, that introduces youth in grades six-eight to a variety of activities that include: coding, robotics, engineering design, electricity and more. Camp Tech is based at the Ohio 4-H Center with overnight accommodations in an OSU dorm. TBD TBD

June 3-5

The Ohio State University, Columbus Ohio 

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Making eXtreme Counselors (MXC) Develop creative, energetic, and successful camp counseling skills with other experienced counselors

Complete ‘MXC Registration’

Must be at least 14 years old (as of January 1) and current 4-H member

Due: January 31

Cost $50

March 6-7 (virtual)

Held at the 4-H Center at OSU campus in Columbus

More Info