The 4-H Honor Club is a statewide organization of outstanding junior high and senior 4-H members. Honor Club members are those who have shown exceptional 4-H project work and a willingness to share what they have learned with other 4-H'ers as a junior or teen leader.
You don't have to have won a lot of awards to be an Honor Club member... just be an active participant in your local 4-H club. You don't win membership in the Honor Club, you earn it. You'll score points for Honor Club membership for everything you've done as a 4-H member. Participation is the name of the game when it comes to 4-H Honor Club!
 
And... Honor Club is only the first step in Tennessee's recognition program for outstanding 4-H members. Senior members can earn a spot in All Stars through their citizenship and community service work. All Stars is the second step leading to the final step of recognition. Vol State is the highest recognition a Tennessee 4-H member can earn, and it all starts with the Honor Club.
 
Honor Club is for junior high (6th, 7th and 8th graders) and senior (9th, 10th, 11th and 12th graders) 4-H'ers who have been active members of their local clubs. Membership is based on an application form. Anyone who can score a minimum number of points on the Tennessee 4-H Honor Club application can become a member. It's not hard. You get points for everything you do...  completing your projects, participating in events and activities, making presentations, helping other 4-H'ers, volunteering in your community...   you even get points just for joining 4-H!
 
How do you become an 4-H Honor Club member? It's easy! All you have to do is participate. You'll get points for everything you've ever done in 4-H.
 
Here's what you need to do to join the Honor Club...
 
*Participate... complete your 4-H projects; make some presentations; prepare some exhibits; and/or attend some 4-H events. 
  
*Be a leader... help other 4-H'ers with their project work; serve in a leadership role with a group of younger 4-H'ers, at a event, or  in your club; and/or conduction a 4-H promotional activity. 
  
 *Be a good citizen... perform some service activities in your community. 
  
 *Write a paragraph about your most rewarding experience as a 4-H junior or teen leader.


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