During National 4-H week try out some of the ideas below to promote 4-H in Dakota County. Make sure you share on social media!
Nebraska Extension in Dakota County
4-H SaturdaysCreate fun projects, learn new skills, meet new friends. Workshops include Incredible Wearables, Photography, Faily History, batik and Junk Drawer Robotics
Career PortfoliosTime to work on keeping a record of your 4-H career! The Career Portfolio keep track of personal growth, leadership, skills gained and community service activities
2017 Tri-State Child Care ConferenceRegistration is open!
Voices For FoodDo You have a garden? Do you have more produce than you can use? Find out how you can donate your extra produce to those in need.
About usMeet the staff of Dakota County Extension! We have resident staff and regional staff that can answer your questions on a variety of topics.
Plan to Attend Nonprofit Board Boot Camp Near You
Rural communities are supported by numerous nonprofits organized to manage regional and local projects and events. While willing to serve in new leadership roles, many people come onto boards with no familiarity or knowledge of how nonprofit organizations function or the legal requirements. Since rules and regulations governing nonprofits change, it's also important continuing board members be periodically updated.
Nebraska Extension and the Nonprofit Association of the Midlands are partnering to provide Nonprofit Board Boot Camps throughout Nebraska. Fall boot camps will be held in:
Tired of hearing "I'm bored"? Involve the kids in 4-H and never hear that phrase again. Throughout the summer and across the state there are plenty of exciting and fun learning experiences for kids of all ages.
Opportunities are listed by date. By clicking on the links you will find more information, registrations and more.
ROBOTICS SUMMER CAMPS
Junior Robotics Camps Students going into 1st, 2nd and 3rd grades
Are you looking to gain new skills this year? The consider joining the fun on "4-H Saturdays" this year. There are several hands -on projects for youth to complete and learn new skills. Open for youth ages -18 years-old. For more information please contact the Extension Office. Flyer
National Youth Science Day Experiment - September 30, 2017
Photography - October 21, 2017
Family History Detective - November 18th
Batik - December 9, 2017
Junk Drawer Robotics - December 30, 2017