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Fall Training is the annual leadership development retreat for Montana 4-H Ambassadors and Teen Leaders. The event is planned, implemented, and evaluated by the State Ambassador Officer Team. Youth will leave the weekend prepared and excited to take the knowledge and skills they have gained and apply them in their counties. It is also a great place to have youth leaders exchange ideas and create a statewide network of resources. Fall Training takes place each year over MEA weekend, the third Thursday/Friday in October.

Friday October18- Sunday October 20, 2019
Holiday Inn, Bozeman, MT

Registration cost is $162, including lodging (4 to a room) meals and program costs. Adult chaperones will have lodging options during registration. 
Those participants interested in attending need to register using 4honline. Please contact your MSU County Extension office for specific registration requirements and deadlines.
Youth participants must be 14 on or before October 1, 2019 and volunteer chaperones must be at least 21 and a certified volunteer.

Please contact your MSU Conty Extension office for specific registration requirements and deadlines!

Each county may send any number of county Ambassadors, teen leaders, volunteers and Extension Staff. The 4-H Center will make lodging arrangements for all Fall Training participants. Keep in mind that there will be four people to a double room. Chaperons have the option of a double or single room for an additional cost. This can be indicated during registration.

Schedule
Registration and checkin 4:30-6:30pm Friday evening
Opening Program 7:00 PM Friday evening
Wrap up program after breakfast approx. 10:30 AM Sunday morning.

All meals Saturday and Sunday are included.
Dinner Friday night is on your own. 
Lodging is included

 

For more information regarding this program please contact Brett Schomer, bschomer@montana.edu