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2019 Discovery Days Classes
Thank you for considering the opportunity to share your expertise with youth from across Kansas. Kansas 4-H Discovery Days is an excellent opportunity for our young people to explore potential careers, degree programs, personal development, hobbies, sports and other interests!
The time you invest has great potential to impact these young people for their entire lives! If you have any questions about the process, please contact Sarah Keatley at 785-532-5800 or by e-mail at
Please do NOT sign up for more classes than what you can teach (do not overlap class selections as almost all classes will be used). Transportation will be provided for all tours off campus. Classes that are at the Rec or Vet Med will meet together and then walk together to their location. If there are any class expenses that you will incur (room rental, supplies, etc.) please make sure to include that in the cost of your class.
Proposals are due by February 1, 2019.
**REMINDER** All classes will be asked to align their content to meet one of the four Content Priorities for Kansas 4-H: STEM & Agriculture, Communication and the Arts, Healthy Living and Community Vitality (leadership & citizenship)
**NEW FOR 2019** Discovery Days 2019 is a day shorter. Instead of starting on Tuesday night, this event starts Wednesday afternoon. On this Wednesday afternoon, there will be a 60 minute session. Please keep this mind with your planning and arrival time. This event duration change also reduces the number of time slots offered.
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