McDonald County

Recognition forms

Project Records & Level 1/2/3 Forms due September 9, 2022!

Project Record

What is it?

The 4-H Project Record (Y620) is a form designed to help youth record information about your learning experience in each project. This record sheet is for youth and their project leader to use to set goals, keep records of your work, expenses, community involvement, leadership and more. Good record keeping will help youth when applying for recognition and scholarships throughout their 4-H involvement.

Project Record Form (PDF) Score Card (PDF)

Level 1 Recognition Form

  • 4-H members who are between 8 and 10 years old on Dec. 15 of the program year are eligible to apply.
  • Visit with your 4-H youth development specialist or youth education assistant.
  • Complete Y2000, Missouri 4-H Recognition Form Level 1.
  • Submit form to your local extension office by the locally established date.
  • Extension regions will review written applications.
  • Up to five forms will be chosen as regional winners.
  • Written applications received at the state level will not be returned. Each winner will receive a certificate, medal of excellence and $50 scholarship to be used toward a 4-H camping experience.

Level 1 Form & Resources

Level 2 Recognition Form

  • 4-H members who are between 11 and 13 years old on Dec. 15 of the program year are eligible to apply.
  • Visit with your 4-H youth development specialist or youth education assistant.
  • Complete Y2100, Missouri 4-H Recognition Form Level 2.
  • Submit form to your local extension office by the locally established date.
  • Extension regions will review written applications.
  • Up to three forms will be chosen as regional winners.
  • Written applications received at the state level will not be returned. Winners will receive a scholarship to attend State 4-H Teen Conference or, if aged out, will receive a partial scholarship for State 4-H Congress.

Level 2 Form & Resources

Level 3 Recognition Form

  • 4-H members who are between 14 and 18 years old on Dec. 31 of the program year are eligible to apply. 4-H members who submit their applications in the fall the year they turn 19 may have their applications considered at regional and state review the following year.
  • Visit with your 4-H youth development specialist or youth education assistant.
  • Complete Y2200, Missouri 4-H Recognition Form Level 3.
  • Submit form to your local extension office by the locally established date.
  • Extension regions will review written applications and interview applicants.
  • Eight or 30 percent of the total applications submitted for regional review may be forwarded to the state 4-H.
  • Written applications are reviewed at the state level.
  • Up to 30 applicants are invited to interview during State 4-H Congress.
  • Up to 20 applicants are selected as delegates to National 4-H Congress.
    • National 4-H Congress is a premier 4-H event held in late November in Atlanta, Ga. Participant experiences include leadership, service and cultural opportunities.

Level 3 Form & Resources