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!

Volunteer Job Description MCEV - Level 1
Volunteer Job Description MCEV - Level 2
Volunteer Job Description MCEV - Level 3

Statewide 4-H MCE Meetings

Information comming soon!

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.