1. Identify, develop, and promote positive advocacy roles for youth to emulate as responsible stewards of our environment.
2. Promote the safe handling and storage of firearms.
3. Develop responsibility, sportsmanship, ethical behavior and respect for safe conduct of shooting sports activities and environmental stewardship.
4. Promote awareness and appreciation of the broad spectrum of shooting sports and related activities as life-long leisure and career opportunities for youth and families.
5. Incorporate opportunities for S.T.E.M learning, life skills development and service as regular components of the shooting sports project.
6. Implement and strengthen an adult volunteer and teen assistant leader certification program.
7. Use 4-H shooting sports curriculum approved by the National 4-H Shooting Sports Committee as the foundation of and primary resource used for program delivery.
8. Expand 4-H membership and involve more volunteers.
9. Encourage and enhance family communications and quality time together.
10. Focus on youth audiences at risk and pilot models and methodologies tailored for specific audiences.
11. Create a quality youth development education program evidenced by partnerships reflecting resource development, program innovation, quality delivery of instruction and access to research based knowledge.
12. Promote awareness of shooting and archery as athletic sports, and provide youth with the knowledge, skills and encouragement to participate.