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LeadershipOur 4-H leaders are an important part of 4-H's success. The 4-H Organizational Leader's purpose is to guide the organization of the club and to help it function and maintain smoothly while maintaining communication with everyone involved. The 4-H Project Leader's purpose is to work with the 4-H members enrolled in specific projects and assist them to plan and carry out experiences that will help them reach their goals. The 4-H Project Leader and Organizational Leader also supports the positive growth and development of each youth while the Leaders develop important life skills and create opportunities for youth to learn, lead, and serve. 

Resources may be needed to help you in serving your 4-H members. You will find those resources in links below. If there are resources you need and cannot find, please contact the Extension office and request those materials.

Montana 4-H Leadership Forum

September 29-30, 2017 - The 2017 Montana 4-H Leadership Forum is hosted by District 4 and is located in Glendive, MT.

MT 4-H Leadership Forum Flyer

Being a 4-H Leader

New Leader Checklist

All Activities Sign in Form

Fundraiser Form

4-H Record Sheets Check-Off List

Volunteers are the Heart4-H Record Book/Sheet Completion Guidelines

Leader's Handbook

Getting Started as a Project Leader

Club Leader Access to 4-H Online

Club Leader Access Online Information Guide

New Family 4-H Handbook

Councils and Committees

President and Vice President Handbook

Treasurer Training Handbook

Secretary Handbook

Reporter Handbook

Historian Handbook

Parliamentary Practices

New Family 4-H Enrollment Instructions

4-H Re-enrollment for Families Instructions

2016-2017 Clover

4-H Project Manuals Order Form

Year-end Financial Summary Form