A public presentation is a talk given by a 4-H member in front of an evaluator or a live audience.
By giving a presentation, youth will have the opportunity to tell others what they have learned. This is a very important part of the 4-H experience.
Each time you present, you learn to speak more easily before groups. Your ideas are relayed readily because you have learned how to organize a successful presentation. You are better informed about your subject than ever before and build public speaking skills.
All 4-H’ers are encouraged to complete a Public Presentation each year to qualify for a 4-H Certificate
Saturday, March 2 will be Sullivan County’s 4-H Public Presentation Day at the CCESC building. (If needed, snow date will be the following Saturday.)
If you cannot attend on the day of Public Presentations due to a prior commitment, please contact the office for make-up night information.
Any Sullivan County youth ages 5-18 can apply to enroll in 4-H for free, all year long. To learn more about 4-H, call CCESC at 845-292-6180 or visit http://sullivancce.org/4-h-youth-development.
Cornell Cooperative Extension’s 4-H Youth Development program empowers any youth ages 5-18 to reach their full potential, working and learning in partnership with caring adults. 4-H members have opportunities to connect to Cornell University resources and gain career readiness skills through handson activities and “learning by doing”.
Contact the CCESC office to request any special accommodations.
Extension Education Center
64 Ferndale-Loomis Road
Liberty, New York 12754