Idaho 4-H State Teen Association Convention
- June 22-25, 2020
- 2020 features a virtual format
- No cost to attend
- Open to teens grades 8-12 who have approved status in 4-H Online
- Registration opens May 15, 2020
New for 2020 — Virtual STAC
What is virtual STAC? Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we are moving to an online format. It is our goal to provide a high-quality, interactive opportunity that preserves the integrity and mission of STAC.
During this event we nominate, elect and install the 2020-21 State Teen Association Officers and District Representatives. In addition, we kept the event true to the on campus experience by offering workshops, service learning opportunities and an opportunity for youth to network with others. Please stay tuned to this page and the State Teen Association Facebook page for more information.
The Idaho 4-H State Teen Association Convention (STAC) program mission — The Idaho 4-H State Teen Association Convention is an opportunity for youth to experience college life, explore career opportunities and prepare for a lifetime of success with other Idaho teens.
Both 4-H and non 4-H youth are provided the opportunity to participate in a wide variety of activities, including:
- Educational workshops
- Community and campus tours
- Service learning projects
- State Teen Association elections
- On-campus living
- Discovering more about 4-H and 4-H opportunities
- Networking with peers from across the state
Adults at Idaho 4-H State Teen Association Convention
Adults are welcome to attend the Idaho 4-H State Teen Association Convention as chaperones. Please review the adult chaperone position description and discover if this opportunity is for you. To apply, please complete the online chaperone application.
Please contact your local UI Extension county office to learn how to apply for both county/district and state scholarships.
The Doris Roper (Youth Leadership Scholarships) and the John Thiessen (Adult Leadership Scholarships) applications are available to currently enrolled 4-H members/volunteers through 4-H Online.
Be sure to visit and "like" the Idaho 4-H State Teen Association Facebook page.