Executive Board

What is Executive Board? 

The Florida State 4-H Council Executive Board consists of 4 delegates from each of the 13 4-H districts, up to 30 Executive Board Appointees, and the 8 Florida 4-H State Officers.

The Executive Board is a group of youth from across the state that represent their county and district. The members attend working committee meetings at Executive Board Weekend Events, during which they offer input into events such as 4-H UniversityLegislature,  4-H Day at the Capitol, and Intermediate State.

Committee members also play a vital role in the implementation of those events. Other committees work on planning and implementing a state-wide community service project, fund raising, parli pro education, entertainment, and communication support.

Elected and Appointed Delegates

Each district elects or appoints four (4) district representatives, so contact your local 4-H agent for more information. In addition, the State Council Officers appoint up to thirty (30) Executive Board Appointees. If you are interested in the Executive Board Appointments, read through the Executive Board Information Packet following information and submit the forms to Grace Carter at grace.carter@ufl.edu by July, 1, 2018.

Executive Board Information Packet – Click here

Executive Board Forms for District Delegates and those applying for an Appointment to Executive Board – Click here

Agent Reference Form for those applying for Appointment to Executive Board – Click here

 

2018-2019 Executive Board Meetings

First Executive Board

  • Who: Executive Board Members Only (closed event)
  • When: October 26-28, 2018
  • Where: 4-H Camp Cherry Lake
  • Cost: $110
  • Onsite check-in will begin at 6:00 pm on the first day. No Early Arrivals. We are unable to accommodate anyone prior to 6:00 pm.

Registration:

  • First Executive Board is open to the youth who were elected or appointed as delegates to the Florida 4-H Executive Board
  • Delegates must be 4-H age 14-18 (4-H Age)
  • Registration will be available in 4-HOnline beginning October 1, 2018 and will close on October 19, 2018.

Resources

  • What To Bring 
  • Florida 4-H Dress Code
  • Medication Form
    • If you bring any prescription of over the counter medication with you, you need to fill out a medication form.  The form and medication need to be in a clear baggy to hand over to the “camp nurse” at the registration table.

Second Executive Board

  • Who: Executive Board Members Only (closed event)
  • When: January 11-13, 2018
  • Where: 4-H Camp Cloverleaf
  • Cost: $110
  • Onsite check-in will begin at 6:00 pm on the first day. No Early Arrivals. We are unable to accommodate anyone prior to 6:00 pm.

Registration:

  • Second Executive Board is open to the youth who were elected or appointed as delegates to the Florida 4-H Executive Board
  • Delegates must be 4-H age 14-18 (4-H Age)
  • Registration will be available in 4-H Online beginning December 17, 2018 and will close on January 4, 2019.

Resources

  • What To Bring 
  • Florida 4-H Dress Code
  • Medication Form
    • If you bring any prescription of over the counter medication with you, you need to fill out a medication form.  The form and medication need to be in a clear baggy to hand over to the “camp nurse” at the registration table.

Third Executive Board

  • Who: All 4-H Members age 13-18 (4-H age)
  • When: March 1-3, 2019
  • Where: 4-H Camp Cherry Lake 
  • Cost: Exec Board Members & Adults $110; Non-Exec Board Members $120
  • Onsite check-in will begin at 6:00 pm on the first day. No Early Arrivals. We are unable to accommodate anyone prior to 6:00 pm.

Registration:

  • Unlike First and Second Executive Board, Third Executive Board is open to all 4-H Members 4-H age 13-18 (4-H Age)
  • Registration will be available in 4-HOnline beginning February 1, 2019 and will close on February 22, 2019.

Resources

  • What To Bring 
  • Florida 4-H Dress Code
  • Medication Form
    • If you bring any prescription of over the counter medication with you, you need to fill out a medication form.  The form and medication need to be in a clear baggy to hand over to the “camp nurse” at the registration table.

For More Information

Contact Grace Carter at grace.carter@ufl.edu