How to Apply
The Prairieland Youth Leadership Conference will be on February 2, & 3, 2019. The members will participate in numerous activities that encourage leadership and team building. Space is limited for this conference. Participants are chosen based on a judge’s selection of their submitted application. Applicant must be a current 4-H member, 14 to 21 years of age as of December 31, 2018.
Please read all the information carefully as our application process has changed.
Complete the online application form.
Please review all questions.
You must complete the application in one sitting as your information will not be saved.
You also require two reference forms:
- one from a professional source (i.e. employer/ educational)
- one from an adult member of your community. References must not be from a 4-H Leader, friend or relative.
Reference forms may be completed and submitted directly on our website. Please ask your reference to go to the site where they can complete the form and submit directly online or print a PDF and have them complete and FAX to 306-931-7886 or email to email@example.com
If you are unable to complete the application online, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for a print copy.
Application Forms and References must be received by December 1, 2018. Applicants are responsible for ensuring Prairieland Park receives two Reference Forms. Please share this deadline information with your reference.
Information for Applicant
Participants in the Prairieland Park Youth Leadership Conference are eligible to be awarded one of five scholarships. The winners of the scholarships are selected based on the grades received on their application form, assigned pre-conference work, and on activities and assignments throughout the conference. All aspects of the conference could count in the grading so participants are encouraged to follow instructions and make the most of all parts of the conference. Applicants will be notified of any required pre-conference work when they are accepted to participate in the conference. Grades for the pre-conference work are primarily given based on whether a participant can read and follow the instructions and not so much on having a full grasp of the subject/content. That is why you come to the conference to learn something new!