Orange County 4-H
Orange County 4-H
Orange County 4-H
University of California
Orange County 4-H

Field Day

What is Presentation/Field Day?

Public speaking skills are ranked number one among the desired skill sets of professionals. Every 4-H member is encouraged to give a presentation each year. A 4-H presentation can be a demonstration, include audio-visual aids, and involve problem solving. Through their presentations, youth learn to research a subject, organize their ideas into a logical order and practice public speaking skills.

For more info on State Presentation Day, please click HERE

See below for local Presentation Day info!

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Save the Date! Saturday, March 3rd, 2018

Please first familiarize yourself with the new State 4-H Presentation Day manual before registering!

To access the CA 4-H Presentation Day Manual, click HERE!
(Special Recognition Opportunities)

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Field Day Entry form: HERE  [2018]
*Entries will not be accepted w/o a completed medical form

Field Day County Manual & Schedule: HERE [2018]

Medical Form: HERE

Impromptu Topics: HERE [2018]

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2018 Schedule
8:00am - 9:00am Presenter Check-in 
8:30am - 9:00am Orientation for Evaluators 
9:00am - 12:00pm Presentations 
12:00pm - 1:00pm Lunch 
1:00pm - 2:30pm Share the 4-H Fun/ Skits/ Interview Contest
2:30pm - 3:30pm Awards Ceremony

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2018 Event Coordinators:

Tom- hilltopper4hleaders@gmail.com
Mary- asktt4h@gmail.com

*We are currently looking for volunteers to fill a few vital support positions please email Tom Weiland to see how you can help!

 

Presentation Day 2013

 

Interview Contest at Field Day

The Interview Contest is a popular event that gives 4-H members an opportunity to practice the real-life skills needed to apply for a job. Participants prepare a resumé and cover letter for a job they choose from the 2018 Interview Contest Job Descriptions. Judges evaluate their performance during a mock interview and give constructive feedback using a standard evaluation rubric.


Registration Information


Eligibility
Any Junior (9-10 years old), Intermediate (11-13 years old) or Senior (14-19 years old) 4-H member may participate in the 4-H Interview Contest.

Dual Entry
Due to schedule limitations, dual entry in Interview Contest and Share the Fun Event will not be possible.


Check-In to Confirm Participation
*All registered participants must turn in their resumé and cover letter at check-in.
*4-H members must pre-register to participate. 
2018 Interview Contest Registration Form


Participant Information
Interview Contest participants must do the following:

Choose a job: Choose one of the three jobs listed in your age category. Make sure to review the full job descriptions.

Junior:
Design Member
Recycling Assistant
Junior Park Ranger

Intermediate:
Sports Assistant
Freelance Reporter
Pottery Maker

Senior Category:
Sales Associate
After-School Program Assistant
Nutrition Educator

Develop a resumé: Include real-life experiences (education, work, activities, etc.) that demonstrate your qualifications for the job selected.

Write a cover letter: Your cover letter should explain why you should be considered for the job selected.

Dress appropriately: Appropriate dress includes 4-H uniform or attire appropriate for a job interview as outlined in the Interview Contest Manual.


Participants are encouraged to review the tips, interview questions, judging rubrics and supporting materials provided in the California State 4-H Interview Contest Manual.

 

Schedule:
8:00am - 9:00am Participant Check-in
12:00pm - 12:30pm Evaluator's Orientation
12:30pm - 2:30pm Interview Contest
2:30pm - 3:30pm Awards Ceremony

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