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Public Presentations

  

4-H Grows Confidence and Career Readiness 

through Public Presentations


 

Campus Event: June 4, 2016, Morrison Hall - Cornell University    

             
Public Presentations Committee
Chelsea Baxter (Clinton County) 
Linda Brosch (Oswego County)
Teraisa Buratto (Erie County)
Renee Hopkins (Livingston County)
Lynette Kay (Oneida County)
Elaine Noble, Committee Chair (Chemung County)
Marika Rywak, Orange County
Jamila Walida Simon, 4-H State Office Liaison (Campus)​
Anthony Vecente (Columbia & Greene Counties)

Patti Zellmer (Otsego County)


State Level Evaluation Forms and Guidelines(in PDF and Word formats). Word documents can be used to specialize the form for County and District events.
Interviews
College Application.pdfCollege Application.pdf presented 011916
Summer 4-H Assistant.pdfSummer 4-H Assistant.pdf presented 011916
Interviews Evaluation Form (coming soon)
State Level Evaluator Training 
State Level Evaluator Training - recorded Webex presented 012016
2015 NYS 4-H Evaluators Guidelines (under revision)


New Registration Information for State Event
Each district may select up to eleven (11) senior presenters for the State Event. A senior 4-H’er is at least 13 years old by January 1 of current year and no older than 19. Because this is the highest level of participation in the Public Presentation Program, presenters should be selected who have excelled at other levels and are ready for a higher standard of evaluation. All presenters selected must participate at the District level event. The breakdown of presentation slots is:

    • 6 from the categories of Demonstration and Illustrated Talk
    • 4 from the categories of Creative Communications (Dramatic Interpretation, Recitation, Speech)
    • 1 from the category of Interview

Research and Evaluation
  • Public Speaking and 4-H: This research review was conducted to inform the research question: Do public speaking programs support academic or workforce readiness for 4-H youth participants?

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