NC 4-H Youth Volunteer Awards are presented annually to individual teens that have provided exemplary service to their communities during the previous year. The program is designed specifically to recognize those 4-H’ers aged 14 -18 who excel in volunteerism and/or service to their communities.
State 4-H Youth Volunteer Recognition:
Up to four state youth volunteer awards will be presented at the State 4-H Council Conference. These awards will be presented to individuals who have demonstrated outstanding leadership and volunteer service during the past one year period. This is an individual award and is not intended to recognize clubs, teams or other groups of youth involved in volunteer or service work.
District 4-H Youth Volunteer Recognition:
Up to two district award recipients will be named from each district for outstanding leadership and volunteer service during the past one year period. These awards will be presented to recipients at the State Council Conference. This is an individual award and is not intended to recognize clubs, teams or other groups of youth involved in volunteer or service work.
NOTE: Youth may not be recognized as recipients in both district and state categories in the same year. Youth may be recognized in each category once during their 4-H career.
4-H Youth Volunteer Awards Schedule:
October 18, 2013 Awards must be in State 4-H Office by 5:00 PM for judging.
October 25, 2013 Agents notified of award recipients.
November 2013 Awards presented at State 4-H Council Events.
For more information about the application and to download a copy of the award application, please click on the link below: