University of Maryland Extension

Volunteer Forum - Workshop Tracks


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A brief description of all of the Tracks is listed below.  For individual class descriptions click on the Forum Class Selection Descriptions above.

  • Clovers (ages 5-7)   

Our State Healthy Living Team will offer a day of food, fun and fitness. The Clovers will be cooking, crafting and having FUN!

  •  Junior (ages 8-10)  Be a C.S.I

Do you have what it takes to be a crime scene investigator??  Explore the world of forensic science, solve mysteries, participate in a variety of hands-on experiments and have lots of fun!!

  •  Intermediate   (ages 11-13) Explore Your Creative Side

Spend the day learning to create 2-dimensional pieces taught by the artist in an in-depth session. The second project will be a fiber art project. Youth will learn about natural fibers and their qualities.

  • AGsploration

AGsploration is a national award winning curriculum designed to educate Marylanders about the state’s number one industry, agriculture. Through the use of hands on lessons, participants will learn how to teach about animal agriculture, plant agriculture, the environment and agriculture technology.

  • CAMP

Get camp training hours through the four workshops geared to the needs of youth and adult camp staff.  Put your skills to use as you learn and share 4-H camp games, skits, curriculum.

  • Focusing on Youth!

Put Your Best Handshake Forward. Put your detective skills into action as we examine the forensic science of footprints and the 7 principles of Leave No Trace. Learn from a previous 4-Her and 4-H camp director,  and national training director how to put activities to use as leaders.

  • Partnerships

Learn how to be a better 4-H mentor with fun Hands-on activities to take back to your clubs. Build healthy partnerships with one another with a strong focus on the last “H” in the four 4-H’s.

  • Re-energizing Volunteers

Liven Up Your Club Meetings with Make It, Take It Crafts. Join an open discussion on volunteer appreciation and some techniques which are low cost and effective to tell Volunteers how much we appreciate them. 



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