Join us for an interactive, fun event that allows youth to strengthen leadership skills, hang out with friends and the state 4-H Ambassadors. This is not your ordinary zoom...there will be movement and fun! Download the event poster here.
Food Photography – Do you enjoy baking or cooking and want to share an artistic photo of your dish with others? Join in and learn tips on staging, backgrounds, and lighting to take your food photos to the next level.
Travel – Is your inner travel bug feeling suppressed? Maybe you're just daydreaming of your first international experience. How do you pack for 6 months? What do you pack? What about emergencies? Cultural differences? Join us, and learn all the travel do’s and don’ts.
Volunteer Fire Fighting: How to be a Hometown Hero - Ever wonder what is takes to be a fire fighter? A rural assistant fire chief will give us the ins and outs of how a volunteer-based fire station operates, what the different jobs are, and what training they go through. He will answer any questions you may have (on topic, obviously!)
Chopped: The Low Budget Virtual Version - You have 40 minutes to create your dish! Your time starts now! Each flavorful creation will be judged by its presentation and taste (the look on your face when you eat it via zoom call). There will be a challenging theme given to participants at the beginning of the workshop. Required: Your own kitchen and food.
Gamification – How to turn anything into a game. We will explore what exactly gamification is, why it is important, and how to use it as a motivation mechanism across any collective task.
Your Money Plan – Do you know where your money goes? Learn to track your spending and set goals for your future as you create a money plan.
The First Steps in 3D Modeling in Blender - Are you eager to jump into 3D modeling? Join in this session to learn the fundamentals of making 3D models on the computer. You will be guided through making some basic models in blender, the free and open-source modeling program.
Drawing a Human Face Proportionally: As Found by Trial and Error - Follow along as an amateur face drawer walks through the planes of the face and the spacing between features (as well as tips and tricks on how to draw those annoyingly difficult features.) And who nose, maybe you will learn something new! Eye believe in you! Required: 3 or 4 sheets of paper, an eraser and a sharpened pencil.
4-H Extension Youth Conference is open to all youth who have finished the seventh grade. You do not need to be in 4-H to attend!
Don’t Miss the Excitement:
- Be inspired by Nick Scott!
- Make a difference through service learning
- Interact with North Dakota 4-H Ambassadors
- Make new friends
- Have a blast at a banquet and dance
Join us on the campus of NDSU in Fargo June 21-24, 2021. Stay in the dorms and experience the dining center meals! Registration fee is $250 and includes all meals from Monday evening through Thursday noon, overnight housing for Monday through Wednesday evening, a photo and an event t-Shirt. Check in June 21 from 2-3 p.m. with check out at noon on June 24.
Early registration Bonus: Open Registration - March 31 - $200
Registration deadline: June 1 - Late registration: $280
Scholarships awarded to Communication Arts district winners
- Great speakers and breakout sessions
- Participate in workshops to learn about: Artificial Insemination, Self Defense, Fishing Lures and Succulent Grafting/Propagation
- Help the community through service
- Learn about the North Dakota Ambassador program
- Experience the ND Ambassador election process
Future EYC Dates:
- June 21-24, 2021
- June 20-23, 2022
- June 19-22, 2023