Master Clothing Educators

 

Purpose

The Ohio 4-H Master Clothing Educators (MCEs) are an important and dedicated group of 4-H volunteers who assist in planning and conducting statewide 4-H clothing & textiles programs and events and who provide education and support related to clothing & textiles for volunteers and 4-H members enrolled in 4-H clothing projects in their county, region and state-wide.

Selection Procedures

More information coming soon!

Statewide 4-H MCE Meetings

March 10, 2018 - Meeting at the Ohio 4-H Conference session 524 from 3-3:50 PM. The meeting is for current 4-H Master Clothing Educators and those who have started the certification process.

Additional meeting dates for 2018 to be added after the March 2018 meeting.

Master Clothing Educator Requirements

To become an MCE, 4-H volunteers must meet the following requirements:

  1. Become a volunteer in your county
  2. Extension Professional in charge of clothing and textile projects in your county to complete referral form and send to Pam Montgomery.
  3. Progress through 4 levels of certification.  More information to come.
  4. Annual reporting of volunteer service hours by December 31. Use this reporting form (MCE Annual Report Form PDF file, 4 pages)
MCE Sponsors

The Ohio 4-H Foundation provides funding for Certified Master Clothing Educator’s meeting related expenses and supplies, nametags, and refreshments for their state-wide meetings.

Master Clothing Educators pay their own program-related expenses. 

Master Clothing Educators sponsor a Junior (up to age 14) and a Senior (over 14) clothing construction award at the Ohio State Fair 4-H Fashion Revue.