Get creative, get innovative at the National Youth Maker Summit, November 10-13, 2016.
The Delaware 4-H Program will support two (2) Delaware 4-H youth and one (1) volunteer leader/staff chaperone to attend the National Youth Maker Summit in Washington, DC. The National Youth Maker Summit caters to high school aged students who are curious and industrious. To be a Maker is to build, experiment and tinker with a variety of mediums. Participants will spend three days learning about engineering, invention and creativity through innovative workshops. They will have the opportunity to make what they can with a variety of materials from a range of fields, utilizing their resourcefulness and creativity, and learn how they can take back and share this information with other youth in Delaware. This Summit is open to any high school student in grades 9-12 as of September 2016.
Delaware 4-H members must complete an application to be considered to attend this conference.
Applications and info can be found here.
Application deadline extended!
This application is due to Doug Crouse by Monday, October 17, 2016. Mail of Fax application to: Doug Crouse, State 4-H Program Leader 531 S. College Avenue 113 Townsend Hall Newark, DE 19716