4-H offers something for everyone. From Horticulture, Livestock or Wildlife Habitat judging to job skill readiness like our Application, Resume, Interview and Essay contest. Through participation in 4-H events, youth gain valuable life skills such as keeping records, communication, goal setting and more.
A 4-H Club is an organized group of at least five youth ages 5-18 that meet regularly with adult volunteers for a long-term, progressive series of educational experiences. Clubs contain three main components: a short business meeting, an educational program and recreation time that usually includes refreshments. Membership is free and is open to all youth without regard to race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, marital status, disability or public assistance.
Public, private and home school educators can utilize our research based curricula that can assist you in teaching the Department of Public Instruction Standard Course of Study. We can provide you curriculum and training support through marketing materials, educational kits, training and even CEU's in some instances.
4-H Special Interest can take a variety of forms and shapes when it comes to program delivery. Some Special Interest takes the form of summer adventures, others are workshops offered on a specific topic for at least six hours. All Special Interests participants are considered 4-H’ers, no matter what the special interest subject or delivery format.