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Virginia Virtual Volunteers Fall Conference

In the wake of the ongoing pandemic we were forced to cancel the normal face-to-face fall conference of the Virginia Association of Adult 4-H Volunteer Leaders.  In its place, we are pleased to offer a half-day virtual volunteer conference, similar to the virtual conference we held in April, with some wonderful sessions to provide high quality skill and leadership development.  Workshop sessions will be applicable to both volunteers and Extension personnel.


Saturday, October 17, 2020; 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM


All sessions will be offered through Zoom, and will be accessible online or via telephone


This conference is FREE and open to everyone!

Registration / Session Access

Participants need to register online at Everyone who registers will receive access information to each of the sessions.

General Sessions

Our welcome will be given by Frank Abbott, President of the Virginia Association of Adult 4-H Volunteer Leaders, and a "State of Virginia 4-H" update by Jeremy Johnson, Assistant Director and State 4-H Leader.  Alyssa Walden, State Program Leader for Youth and Vice-President for Programs of the National Association of Extension 4-H Youth Development Professionals will provide a mid-day Lunch & Learn session.

Workshop Sessions

There are 5 fantastic sessions divided into two workshop blocs from which participants can choose.

Session Recordings

Each session will be recorded, and those registered will receive access to all recordings following the conclusion of the conference.

Complete Information

A complete schedule with session titles and descriptions is available at

Please help spread the word, as this will be a great development opportunity which is not to be missed!  See you on October 17!

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