Project Plan (Ages 15-18)
4-H Years in
Name: Club: Project Area:
Project Area: (Circle Project Area – Use ONE form for each different project area.)
ANIMAL SCIENCE COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT & GLOBAL AWARENESS FOOD, NUTRITION & HEALTH
Animals, Vet. Science Citizenship, Intercultural, Community Service, Service Learning Food & Nutrition, Health
PLANTS & SOILS ENVIRONMENT & NATURAL RESOURCES HOME & FAMILY
Plants & Soils Science Camping, Outdoor Adventures, Entomology, Forestry Child Development, Clothing,
Crops, Floriculture, Geology, Natural Resources, Sportsfishing, Wildlife Interior Design, Intergenerational
Horticulture Consumer Education
DAIRY ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT
Dairy Cows & Heifers Aerospace, Bicycle, Computers, Electricity, Geospatial Communication, Photography,
Dairy Goats, Dairy Foods Robotics, Safety, Small Engines, Tractor, Welding, Woodworking Visual Arts, Theatre, Journalism
What do you want to do and learn in this project area during the year? Throughout the year, add and change goals.
Think about who will help you and when you want to meet these goals. Be specific about what you want to learn.
(Even though the examples illustrate different project areas, remember to use a different form for each main area.)
Goal Project Date Completed
Example: Design the electrical plan for new garage Electricity Clover June 15
Example: Alter dress patterns to sew costumes for school play. Sewing & Textiles III November 14
Goal Project Date Completed
These are my goals for this project.
We have reviewed these goals and agree to support the 4-H member in reaching them.
4-H Leader/Helper Signature:
PROJECT REPORT & ACCOMPLISHMENTS
Project Work Completed
Provide a list of items made, animals purchased or sold, etc. If applicable, include any income or expenses
pertaining to those items. Also, list any educational programs you may have attended in relationship to this project
area. Examples: Canned 80 quarts of vegetables, Saved $75; Collected 9 new rock specimens on family trip;
Scouted 400 acres for insect damage, $500 income; Attended Illini Summer Academy in Veterinary Medicine
Knowledge & Skills
What did you learn in this project area? Include what you learned from mistakes as well as successes.
Include the specific project with the set of skills. Examples: Visual Arts – Learned to tumble stones for jewelry
making, create designs for jewelry, and establish prices for items to sell; Horse & Pony – Learned skills in helping
disabled students to ride, patience in working with younger children, drill team exercises
List any committees you served on or any leadership activities you did in this project area. Include the number of
people you helped. Examples: Clothing & Textiles – taught members to model their garments (C, 26), designed
county fashion revue backdrop, served as project assistant at State Fair for Fashion Revue (S, 150); Taught Public
Presentations workshop at Jr. Leadership Conference (S, 75); Big Brother to new 4-H’ers in Woodworking project (6)
Community Service & Citizenship
What did you do in this project area to help others? Examples: Organized 150 4-H’ers for county walk-a-thon to
raise money for local food pantry; Collected donations of fabric for club to sew caps for cancer patients; Took care of
neighbor’s 75 cattle while in hospital
Urbana, Illinois R90312 Revised, January, 2009
Issued in furtherance of Cooperative Extension Work, Acts of May and June 30, 1914, in cooperation with the U.S. Department of Agriculture,
Dennis Campion, Director, University of Illinois Extension, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
University of Illinois Extension provides equal opportunities in programs and employment. *The 4-H Name and Emblem are protected under 18 U.S.C. 707.