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About the Position
Position #: 1791
OrganizationWestern Kings 4-H Club
Position: 4-H Draft Horse Project Leader - Western Kings 4-H Club
Location: 4339 Brooklyn St, Berwick, Nova Scotia, Canada
Impact Statement: The Western Kings 4-H club is operated solely by volunteers who lead our club members to "learn to do by doing" one of the many 4-H projects and skills that will make them into strong community leaders.
Description: Mentor club members so they can acquire the Draft Horse raising, riding and showing skills identified by 4-H Nova Scotia in the annual newsletter. Newsletter can be found at

4-H leaders also mentor club members in communication, judging and community involvement. For more details read 4-H Canada New Volunteer Leader Brochure at
Training Details: Attend a 4-H orientation session at the Kentville Research station or complete a 4-H online orientation. Free
Working Conditions: Indoor, outdoor, unsupervised, barn setting, provide own project meeting location
Minimum Duration: More than 1 year
Timing: Weekday - Evening, Weekend - Daytime, Weekend - Evening, Anytime
Time Detail: Attend monthly club meetings from September to June about 90 minutes. Conduct training sessions with project members at your discretion. Other leaders meet with their project members approximately once a month for about 90 minutes.
Age: 18+
Ideal for: An Individual
Transportation: Car required
Accessibility: Wheelchair accessible entrance, Wheelchair accessible washroom, Accessible work space
Area(s) of Interest: Animals/Pets, Children/Youth, Teaching/Tutoring
Skill(s): Coaching, Facilitation and Training, Manage Meetings & Groups, Motivate Others, Empathy
How to Apply
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Email: Send an Email Message
Contact: Sophie Saulnier
Phone: 9028470817 Ext. 9028470817
Address: 3065 Brooklyn st Aylesford, B0P 1C0
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