Teens - you don't have to wait to be an adult to be a leader! We want to help you be a leader now!
Join us for the 30 on Thursday series just for teens ages 13-18 years old.
These once-a-month webinars, live on Zoom, are free and will take place on Thursdays from 4:00-4:30 PM, and will be led by 4-H Youth Development Educator Susan Sloop.
Separate registrations for each session is required.
January 14, 2020 - Everyday Superhero
A role model is often hard to define because it can be different for everyone, however, most everyone has a role model in his or her life. Who you view as your role model depends as much on you as it does on the person you admire. With a little focus and intentionality, you too can become an Everyday Super Hero. Register for January Session
OTHER SESSIONS IN THIS SERIES:
February 28, 2021 - Juggling Life: Learning to Say No
Oftentimes teens (and adults) find themselves getting buried in activities and schoolwork. There are so many options available to keep teens engaged and active – sports, clubs, jobs, civic groups, 4-H, Scouts, church, friends, etc., that it is difficult to handle all of the opportunities that are given. Understanding how much you can handle and when to say no is a hard task for many. Learning when and how to say no in a tactful and respectful manner can be a skill that will benefit teens into adulthood. Register for February Session
March 25, 2021 - The Benefits of Service
Service can be defined as the action of helping or doing work for someone. Service is included in the 4-H Citizenship mission mandate, with many 4-H projects and programs including service as part of the experience. While service is common, thinking about who benefits and who may be easily overlooked without intentional focus. Register for March Session
April 15, 2021 - Stress Management
In today’s world, everyone, teens included, is busier, under more stress, and face higher demands than ever before. With these higher demands, it is important to help teens build the skills they need to reduce their stress and keep calm. Having ways to reduce stress can help youth to be more productive, happier, and healthier. Additionally, these are vital skills that will help teens throughout life. Register for April Session
May 13, 2021 - Knowing Your Emotions:
Emotional intelligence is a person’s ability to recognize and understand emotions and manage, control, and adapt the emotions, mood, reactions, and responses to them. When individuals are more aware of their emotional state, physical health, and mental well-being benefit. In addition, individuals are better able to communicate feelings in a more constructive way, conflicts can be resolved, and people are more successful overall. Register for May Session
June 17, 2021 - Guest Speaker to be determined. Register for June Session