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BERKELEY • DAVIS •   IRVINE •   LOS ANGELES • MERCED •   RIVERSIDE • SAN DIEGO •   SAN FRANCISCO                 SANTA BARBARA • SANTA CRUZ




AGRICULTURE AND NATURAL RESOURCES                                                         ONE SHIELDS AVENUE
4-H YOUTH DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM                                                             DAVIS, CALIFORNIA 95616-8575
TEL: (530) 754-8518
FAX: (530) 754-8541
http://fourh.ucdavis.edu




Dear Presenter,

Thank you for your interest in delivering a presentation at the 2010 California State 4-H Leadership Conference, July
29th, 2010 – August 1st, 2010 at UC Davis. The success of this conference is directly related to your willingness to
work with teens and provide meaningful educational opportunities.

The conference – “Operation 4-H" - will provide over 500 high school aged youth and adult 4-H volunteers with an
opportunity to engage in hands on learning experiences while developing citizenship and leadership skills. Delegates
will have an opportunity to learn the responsibilities of being a leader and the importance of leadership. Along with
the university experience, the educational presentations are an integral part of this conference.

Sessions address many subject areas, but we ask that they emphasize the three National 4-H Mission Mandates. These
mission mandates each focus on skills that youth need for success in the 21 st century.
     4-H Science, Engineering and Technology (SET) provides opportunities for youth to engage in the
        process of discovery and exploration in science, engineering, and technology.
     Healthy Living teaches the youth to lead healthy and productive lives both physically and mentally as they
        grow into adulthood.
     Citizenship is a strong focus in 4-H so that youth may become engaged and well-informed citizens in their
        community.

Tracks are five hours in length and will be presented on Friday, July 30. Mini tracks are two and a half hours in
length and will be presented twice on Friday, July 30. Workshops are an hour and fifteen minutes in length and may
be presented one to three times on Saturday, July 31.

Enclosed you will find the session proposal form, which you need to fill out in order to present a track, mini-track or
workshop. Please complete the enclosed form and return it to California State 4-H Office by February 26th, 2010.

Delegate registration fees support the California State 4-H Leadership Conference. In an effort to keep registration
fees reasonable, our presenters donate their time towards the worthwhile education of youth. To thank our
volunteers, all presenters can request reimbursement for travel expenses up to $50.00 as well as receive free
duplicating of all educational materials. In addition, presenters not registering for the conference will receive a
complimentary meal in the dining commons.

Thank you for your interest in the California State 4-H Leadership Conference. For additional information, please
visit the State 4-H web site at: http://www.ca4h.org/conference/slc/ Confirmation letters will be sent to presenters
on or before April 1, 2010. We look forward to seeing you in July.

Grant Oliveira                                   Quang “Hogan” Tong                       Emily Lane and Carolyn Abrams
Education Committee Liaison                      Conference Director                      Assistant Conference Directors
                                                 qtong@ucdavis.edu
                                                 530-752-5644
                                                      2010 California 4-H
                                                 State Leadership Conference
                                               July 29th, 2010 – August 1st, 2010, UC Davis

                                         Educational Presentation Proposal Form
            (Fill out one form for each session.) DEADLINE: February 26, 2010


Lead Presenter Name: ____________________________________________________________
                                           (Only one name, please)
Position/Title of Lead Presenter: ____________________________________________________

Mailing Address: _________________________________________________________________

                       _________________________________________________________________

Phone: (____)____________________ County: _______________________________________

E-mail Address: __________________________________________________________________

Enrolled in 4-H?                               If “No”: Affiliation: _____________________________________

If this is a team presentation, please list the names of the other team members:

_______________________________________________________________________________

_______________________________________________________________________________

Title of Presentation: _____________________________________________________________

Presentation Description:
(To be used to promote your workshop in educational selection packet. Please use no more than 100 words.)




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Target Audience:                           -19)

Primary Emphasis:



Identify the minimum and maximum numbers for your presentation, if they differ:
         Default Minimum: 10        Default Maximum: 40 (or classroom size)
         Workshop Minimum: ____     Workshop Maximum: ____

Please signify which type of presentation you would like to present:
    □ Track: offered once, 5 hours, Friday, July 30, 9:15 - 11:45 and 2:00 – 4:30
    □ Mini Track: offered twice, 2 and a half hours, Friday, July 30, 9:15 – 11:45 and again 2 – 4:30
    □ Workshop: offered one to three times, 1 hour and fifteen minutes
         (please signify which slots you would be willing to present)
         □ Saturday, July 31, 10:15 – 11:30
         □ Saturday, July 31, 1:15 – 2:30
         □ Saturday, July 31, 3:00 – 4:15
      If presenting a workshop, are you willing to repeat your workshop?

Please X the items that you would like provided for your workshop.
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Most rooms are classroom setup with moveable desks facing the front of the room. If your workshop requires
something different, please indicate:
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Many presenters prefer to have a “room host” to aid in the logistics of their workshop. The room hosts are
responsible for checking-in delegates, helping with set-up, introducing the presenter, and distributing and returning
presentation evaluations to the Presenter’s Lounge. Without a room host, the presenter would be responsible for
these duties. Would you like a room host?




Please return by mail, fax, or email completed proposals by February 26, 2010, to:

        Quang “Hogan” Tong
        California State 4-H Office                         ph: 530-752-5644
        University of California                            fax: 530-754-8541
        DANR Bldg, One Shields Ave                          qtong@ucdavis.edu
        Davis, CA 95616-8575

				
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