PEI 4-H Board of Directors and other leadership positionsBring your perspective to 4-H PEI governance. Join your 4-H District Council, a Provincial Committee, or the PEI 4-H Council Board of Directors, and have a say in 4-H business. Participate in discussions by providing input into during board. Share your ideas and the thoughts of other 4-H members, while helping to manage the strategic development of 4-H PEI.
4-H District Council
All of the members and leaders in your District are already members of your District Council! All you need to do is show up to meetings! Visit the District page for your own district's information, and confirm meeting times with your 4-H Specialist or Overall Leader.
Provincial 4-H Committees
The Provincial 4-H Council has several standing committees, meaning they are groups with a continued existence, formed to do its assigned work on an ongoing basis. Some of the committees with which you would be most familiar include:
- Agriculture Committee
- Home Economics Committee
- Rural Youth Fair Committee
- Annual Fundraiser Committee
The 4-H Council will also occassionally strike ad hoc committees. Ad hoc committees are formed for a specific task or objective, and dissolved after the completion of the task or achievement of the objective. 4-H may recruit members to sit on these committees at various times throughout the year. If you have any special skills or interest areas you feel may be beneficial to these committees, please contact PEI 4-H Administrative Director, Kelly Mullaly, at: 902-368-4836 or: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Provincial Board of Directors
The PEI 4-H Council is made up of two voting delegates from every club on PEI. From that large group, ten directors are elected at the Provincial Annual General Meeting to make up the PEI Board of Directors, and manage business throughout the year.
If you are interested in joining the Board, please speak with your 4-H Specialist. New board members are elected at their District Council AGM (typically September/October of each year), and join the board officially following the Provincial Council AGM (February of each year).