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.
Anyone aged 5-19 can join 4-H for free or volunteer to start a club in their town. Cornell Cooperative Extension Sullivan County’s 4-H Youth Development program empowers youth 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 hands-on activities and “learning by doing”.
In the event of special accommodations, contact CCESC at 845-292-6180.
Extension Education Center
64 Ferndale-Loomis Road
Liberty, New York 12754