A 4-H portfolio is an organized summary of a member's complete experience in the 4-H program. It includes records on each project, activities, leadership, and community service. The portfolio includes a story and photo section that helps showcase these experiences.
A portfolio is a very important part of 4-H involvement. Not only is it submitted annually and evaluated for county awards, but it is also a major tool utilized for 4-H scholarships and to select delegates for national trips.
Horse project members will also turn in their "up to date" portfolio at the night horse show to be eligible to represent Weber County 4-H in regional or state horse show competition.
Youth in 9th-12th grades will turn in their "up to date" portfolio by February 1 for state competition.
Members must use standardized portfolio forms; no other items should be included. A portfolio is not a scrapbook.
- Documents should be placed in a 1" clear view, white, 3-ringed binder.
Each section should be divided with a Kelly green 4-H divider sheet. Members may print their own or purchase pre-printed divider pages from the 4-H office. One set is $2.
STANDARDIZED FORMS: Members can download the standardized forms below.
- All Sections (PDF)
- All Sections (PDF Fillable)
- Outside Cover (PDF)
- Outside Cover (PDF Fillable)
- Section 1 Project/Category Divider (PDF)
- Section 1 Project/Category Divider (PDF Fillable)
|Portfolio Forms||Templates for Section 1 Project Reports Microsoft Word Version|
In Section 1, members may create the table of their choice that best summarizes the size and scope of their 4-H project. Below are templates for various projects that members may find helpful.