Teens from Ohio Farm Bureau member families have the opportunity to participate in three statewide youth events this summer – one completely new, one collaborative and one traditional. The new and collaborative events are part of OFBF’s initiative to offer new ways to partner with organizations serving the same young individuals, and provide unique leadership training to better fit active schedules, said OFBF Director of Leadership Development Darrell Rubel.
Ohio Leadership Camp – June 24-27
Registration Deadline: June 10
OFBF and the Ohio FFA Association are collaborating to provide teens a traditional multi-day camp experience through the Ohio Leadership Camp, held at Ohio FFA Camp Muskingum in Carrollton. Those attending the conference will receive leadership training and personal leadership development. The unique location will also provide new opportunities for Ohio Farm Bureau youth including outdoor recreation and skills-building activities.
iLead Conference – July 16
Registration Deadline: June 30
This new one-day leadership experience provides unique leadership training for teens and parents to experience together. Held at the Nationwide and Ohio Farm Bureau 4-H Leadership Center at Ohio State University, students and parents will learn to improve communication with each other, develop leadership skills and prepare for success beyond high school, such as how to find and apply for scholarship applications, and what can be done now to make applications stand out later. A tour of Ohio Stadium is included with this conference.
Ohio State Fair Square Dance – July 29
Join Ohio Farm Bureau for an evening of family, friends and fun at the Ohio State Fair. Line dancing and square dancing will be featured at the Rhodes Center Auditorium from 7:30 p.m. to 10 p.m. Beginners are welcome, and dance instruction will be provided. This dance is open to the public.
FOR MORE INFORMATION & TO REGISTER:Get complete details and registration forms for these and other Ohio Farm Bureau Youth opportunities at the OFBF Youth website, email [email protected] or contact your county Farm Bureau office.