Seventy-five 4-H members between the ages of 14 and 21 will discuss topics such as financial skills, personal branding, networking and online security.
Conference sessions will teach how to keep bills in line, present a positive image to potential employers, how networking can help people recognize, create or act on opportunities as well as how to protect personal information online.
Fitness classes and an Atlantic Handyman Challenge are also on the agenda.
"The Atlantic 4-H committee is pleased to offer this learning opportunity for our youth members," said Ruth Grant, senior agriculture leadership
co-ordinator. "Along with sharpening their skills at this conference, 4-H representatives from the Atlantic provinces will be making lasting friendships."
Tyler Hayden, a Canadian author and motivational speaker living in Lunenburg, will provide interactive and entertaining activities to help members strike a balanced lifestyle at home, school and in business.
4-H Canada is celebrating its 100th anniversary. The leadership development program teaches youth important skills to build confidence and be productive citizens.