PROGRAMS

4-H programs are available in each county of Georgia through local 4-H clubs, 4-H camps, in-school and after-school programs.  With the support of adult mentors, youth select from a variety of hands-on projects in which to research, learn and complete.  4-H programs are available for children ages 8-18 and 4-H Cloverbud programs are available in some counties for ages 5-7.

FOCUS AREAS

Programs in the focus areas of Agriculture and STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Science), Healthy Living and Civic Engagement teach youth about creativity, curiosity, and encouraged them to take on proactive leadership roles.  Through hands-on learning and work with dedicated mentors, Georgia 4-H’ers develop valuable life and career readiness skills that will help them thrive today and for a lifetime. 

AGRICULTURE & STEM

Agriculture and STEM programs provide students the opportunity to learn through hands-on projects that teach problem solving, creative and critical thinking, and build awareness of these important areas.

learn more

HEALTHY LIVING

Georgia 4-H healthy living programs help youth learn about nutrition, health and fitness, bullying prevention, safety, and stress management to promote overall balanced, healthy living for a lifetime.

learn more

CIVIC ENGAGEMENT

Civic Engagement programs empower 4-H’ers to learn about civic affairs, build decision-making skills and develop an understanding of the importance of participating in their communities.

learn more

SUMMER CAMP

Summer camps offer 4-H’ers great adventure, friendship and fun, and develops camper independence.

learn more

PROJECT ACHIEVEMENT

4-H’ers explore their interests, unleash their creativity, share their work, and celebrate learning.

learn more

CLUB MEETINGS

Club meetings enrich in-classroom education through the many activities and curriculum tracks available to 4-H’ers.

learn more

STATE CONFERENCES

4-H’ers have the opportunity to participate in a number of statewide conferences held throughout the year.

learn more