Interview Judging is an opportunity for 4-H members to talk to judges about their static exhibits and share their trials and lessons they learned. 4-H'ers also learn what the judge looks for and how to improve skills. Each interview will be different. You need to think of your interview as a conversation with the judge. The 4-H'er will begin the interview by introducing themself and talk to the judge. Here is a list for you to use at home to practice giving your interview and several YouTubes from the Lancaster County 4-H.
- 4-H Interview Judging - 256.7 pdf file - 2 pages
- Absentee Interview Judging Form - 63.4 pdf file - 1 page
If you are unable to be present for the interview, you must notify the Extension Office and answer these in evaluation of your experience to complete your 4-H project and be considered for an award. Have this form attached with your project on Pre-Fair Day or on Entry Day.
- Interview Judging You Tube - by 4HLancasterNE
Quick Tip: Practice your interview with your parent or grandparents several time before entry day so that you are ready for the questions that the judge might ask.