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WILDERNESS WONDERS 4-H CAMP

Predator vs. Prey is the theme for the 2024 4-H Wilderness Wonders Camp! On May 23, from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm will be offered for youth going into 3rd-5th grade. The camp is limited to 50 youth from four counties and will have a $40 fee. On May 24, from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm will be offered for youth ages 5-7. The camp is limited to 50 from four counties and will have a $40 fee.

Registrations are due by May 3. Turn them in to the Extension Office as soon as possible! We wanted to promote this to 4-H families before we send the flyer home with local schools. The slots for both camps will fill up fast!

Animals training and printing of certificate prior to June 1st.

After families enroll online at v2.4honline.com, they can visit https://yqcaprogram.org/ and log in with their 4-H Online account information. Youth have the option of completing the training in person or online. The online training costs $12 per person and the in-person training only costs $3.

POSITION DESCRIPTION & RESPONSIBILITIES
• Full-time faculty position located in Chadron, NE. The focus of this position will be Early Childhood, focusing on early childhood development for families with children aged 0-8 years.

• Required: Bachelor's degree in child development, human development, early childhood education, or a closely related field (extension instructor) OR Master's degree in child development, human development, early childhood education, or a closely related field (extension educator).

• Required: Successful experience teaching in formal or non-formal education settings (i.e., preschool, K-12)

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