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Members Forum

My World, My Career, My Self

First offered in 1931, 4-H Canada’s Members Forum is our longest-running program. The 88th, and first virtual, edition of this iconic event is the premier opportunity for 4-H youth across Canada to come together for an impactful, engaging, and fun-filled conference.



About the Program

Through experiential learning, workshops and interactive virtual activities, delegates will develop a deeper awareness, knowledge, and understanding of what it means to positively impact the environment and healthy living. 4-H’ers will leave feeling energized and equipped to apply new knowledge and skills to club projects in their home communities, and maybe even discover new career paths to explore or pursue.

Virtual workshops will cover a range of topics, and Members will also participate in Mentorship Circles – an exciting opportunity to meet industry leaders to chat about career paths and life lessons.

Members Forum is moving virtually this year in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. For more information on 4-H Canada’s response, please see our latest update on the pandemic.

What to Expect

Taking place virtually via Zoom, the conference kicks off Friday evening and continues with a half-day of workshops and events on Saturday. The conference theme, My World, My Career, My Self, will see workshops and activities focus on three key topics:

  1. My World – Environment & Climate Action
  2. My Career – Career Skills & Mentorship Circles
  3. My Self - Healthy Living & Personal Well-being

Conference Experience from Home

To help enhance your virtual conference experience, delegates will receive an exciting kit filled with event materials and fun stuff. A collection of digital resources and activities will also be provided to help you make the most of Members Forum.

How to participate

Ten 4-H members from each province are selected by their provincial 4-H office to attend Members Forum. For more information, please contact your provincial office.

Have a question about Members Forum? Contact Lina Saigol, Youth Programs Manager at


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