The 4-H Teen Conference program is designed to develop leadership & citizenship skills, inspire teens to continue their involvement in 4-H and acquaint them with our land-grant university, the University of Kentucky.  Planned & designed to satisfy a wide range of interests everyone will find something that will appeal to them.  Delegates choose from among several interest areas for tracks, college visits, tours, workshops, and issues seminars. Objectives accomplished through these activities, plus speakers, group living, recreation, recognition programs, election of officers, & Fashion Revue help to ensure active youth involvement.


1. To develop leadership, communication and citizenship skills.
2. To develop knowledge and skills in specific subjects.
3. To gain skills that can be used in club and county 4-H program.
4. To have fun, make new friends, and develop social skills.
5. To become acquainted with University of Kentucky, college life and career opportunities.

For more information, please contact the Christian County Extension Office at 270-886-6328.