The application process for 2020-21 4-H Council Officers will be online.
***Applications must be submitted online***
Deadline to apply is May 15, 2020.
Officer Position and Duties were amended at the March 2012 meeting (Article V Cooke County 4-H Council Bylaws). Refer to the Cooke County 4-H Council Bylaws for current information on offices.
In the event that an elected council officer is eligible for a district delegate position and is multi-cultural, that officer may serve as a delegate for the county to the district council or as the alternate multicultural delegate (Article V: Section 14 Cooke County 4-H Council Bylaws)
Please Read the Following Before Submitting Your Application
Below, you will find descriptions of officer duties for the Cooke County 4-H Council. Please be sure you understand the responsibilities involved prior to submitting your online application.
Duties that will be Required (only in school sponsored activities with prior notification will an officer be allowed to miss)
- I will attend 4-H Council Officer monthly meetings.
- I will attend 4-H Council meetings in: September, November, January, March and April/May.
- I will help plan and then attend National 4-H Week activities held at the Courthouse.
- I will help plan and conduct county-wide events and activities.
- I will attend the Achievement Banquet ( I will be expected to do the work to qualify).
- I will help plan and conduct the One Day 4-H event in Cooke County.
- I will attend the 4-H Livestock Show and help with not showing, either with younger 4-H members, as a superintendent’s assistant or with the concession stand.
- I will volunteer in the Extension Office for a least 2 hours per month.
- I will Help the 4-H agent or any other adult at any 4-H event and/or activity. I will help before I need to be asked.
Other duties will be optional, i.e. commentator for the Share the Fun and the Fashion Show, etc.