Larimer County 4-H Junior Leadership Club
The Larimer County 4-H Junior Leadership Club is a secondary club that focuses on leadership. The purpose of junior leadership club is to teach youth the importance of understanding themselves as leaders and how to apply leadership skills in a team setting. Youth have many opportunities to practice their leadership skills through various roles within the club. Junior leaders learn the value of teamwork, goal setting, decision making and fundraising. These skills are put into action throughout the year, but with a grand finale of running the Dairy Bar during the Larimer County Fair. The funds they raise, help support members of the club and the Larimer County 4-H members needing support to participate in outreach and leadership activities throughout the state and for national events.
Who can join: 13-18 year old enrolled Larimer County 4-H members
When and where do we meet: On the last Monday of the month (except August and the November and December meetings is combine) rotating between the Extension Office and The Ranch.
What do we do: Dairy Bar during County Fair and other events, officer training and many members help support Achievement Night and Carnival.
Why participate: The Junior Leadership Club is the gateway to additional financial support, learning and additional tiers of involvement in 4-H. The tiers are as follows:
- County Level: Junior Leadership Club
- Regional Level: District II Senate (Larimer, Boulder, Weld)
- State Level: State 4-H Officers