Are YOU interested in developing leadership skills while you make friends and give back to the 4-H Community?
If the answer is YES,
and check with your county office.
If you decide to apply,
download the the
Teen Council Application
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View the 2013 Teen Conference
Read about the 2012 Teen Conference
Thanks for registering for Teen Conference! See you on June 28!
Join us June 28-July 1, 2015 at the University of New Hampshire for the 37th Annual Teen Conference. The conference is open to all teens completing the 8th grade (or age 14 by 6/28/15) up through 12th grade.
Each day is packed with fun educational activities and social time. This conference is planned by teens for teens.
The 2015 State 4-H Teen Council; Richard, Elizabeth, MaryClaire, Katarina, Julie, Amber, Grace, Emily, Michael and Lydia are planning a great Teen Conference for 2015 and they hope you will join them for lots of fun and learning on the UNH Campus.
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SAVE THE DATE: June 28 - July 1, 2015
Here is your chance to check out the University!
Half Day Workshops – Monday Morning
Agricultural Entrepreneurs Tour
Car Care 101
Dumplings of the World
Exploring a Cows Rumen
How to Get Accepted at the College of Your Choice
Italy in a Day
Ink it Up!
Music Therapy: A Career of the Future
Myhre Equine Clinic Tour
One Circle, 1000 Stories
The Power of Understanding People
Robotics - SeaPerch
Therapeutic Dog Grooming
Ukranian Culture: Past & Present
Wheelchair Sports & Games
X Marks the Spot
Half Day Workshops – Monday Afternoon
Be Paul Bunyan for a Day
Country Line Dancing
Electric Motors in Motion
I Sing the Body Electric
Not Just Horsin' Around
USS Albacore Submarine Tour
Full Day Adventures - Tuesday
Attitash Mountain Alpine Slide
Flume Gorge/Cannon Mountain
Loon Mountain Aerial Forest Adventure
River Paddling Sports
2015 Cost: $250 for the entire 4 days. Room, Meals, Activities and T-Shirt are included (some workshops carry an additional fee).
* Some Scholarships available for 4-H Members, check with your County Extension Office.