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State 4-H Communication Arts Event

The 4-H Communication Arts program: 

  • help participants develop communication skills that are useful throughout a lifetime;
  • provide participants an opportunity to practice their skills before a group;
  • provide participants an opportunity to gather and organize information, equipment and props for public presentation;
  • develop participants' confidence in making public presentations; and
  • evaluate and enhance communication skills.

The Communication Arts program is open to any youth involved in Extension youth programs. It includes two age divisions: the Junior division (youth finishing or completed third through sixth grade) and the Senior division (youth finishing or completed seventh grade through their final year in 4-H).

Levels of Involvement
Club: All 4-H members are encouraged to give a public presentation at the club level.

County: Any youth can participate in the county or multi-county 4-H Communication Arts event.

District: Ten district events are held. Each district consists of the group of counties in the multi-county program units (MPUs). 

State: The State event will be held during the State Fair in July for the winning Teen and Pre-teen participants of each category in the District events.

Additional information on the 4-H Communication Arts program is available through your local extension office.

View previous Communication Arts videos through the NDSU Extension Service YouTube Channel:

2018 District Communication Arts Schedule

District (MPU) 1 - June 9, Williston Research Extension Center
District (MPU) 2 - June 1, Bottineau Middle/ High School
District (MPU) 3 - June 12, Our Saviors Lutheran Church in Devils Lake
District (MPU) 4 - June 5, Cavalier Public School
District (MPU) 5 - June 7, Centennial Elementary School in Fargo
District (MPU) 6 - May 31, Faith Lutheran Church in Valley City
District (MPU) 7 - May 31, TBD, Jamestown
District (MPU) 8 & 9 - May 29, Red Trail Elementary in Mandan
District (MPU) 10 - May 30, New England Public School

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Center for 4-H Youth Development
Phone: +1 (701) 231-7251
Campus address: FLC 219
Physical/delivery address: 1400 Centennial Blvd, Fargo, ND 58102
Mailing address: NDSU Dept. 7280 / PO Box 6050 / Fargo, ND 58108-6050
Page manager: 4-H

Last Updated: Thursday, May 31, 2018 12:22:45 PM
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