A 4-H Record Book is documentation of all of the 4-H activities at the club, county, and state level, that a youth has participated in. Many 4-H members will attest to the benefit and importance of Record Books and record keeping as they apply for higher education, prepare their resume, and submit applications for jobs.
A yearly 4-H Record Book is required in order for a 4-H member to qualify for County Level awards, pins, higher education scholarships, or scholarships for awarded trips. Record books are to be reviewed by a club leader and ultimately the Awards and Scholarship Committee prior to qualifing for county level awards, pins, scholarships, or awarded trips.
The deadline to turn in Record Books for 2021 is August 27.
For viewable/printable "how to" on filling out your record book, click here.
Pages to Add to Your Record Book Every Year (For the Old Record Book)
Club Nomination Form (WORD)
Higher Awards ME Form (WORD)
First Year ME Form (WORD)
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Scholarship Application Requirements
The Waukesha County 4-H Leaders’ Association has budgeted for up to $10,000 in scholarships to be awarded to qualifying 4-H members. If you qualify, you may receive a scholarship award from $100 to $1000. Actual amount is proportional to the evaluation results.
Applications are evaluated by a selection committee based on:
Member Qualifications (Must meet all five)
Youth and Family Educator
James M. Boling, Jr.
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