Through the generous support of Lockheed Martin via National 4-H Council, Georgia 4-H is providing this exciting opportunity again in 2018 for students to engage in the engineering design process, teamwork, critical thinking, and positive youth development!

In remembrance and recognition of the 100 year centennial of World War I, Mission Make-It’s workshops will be themed to recognize the role engineering played during the conflict. The 4-H’ers will engage in hands-on activities to gain a deeper understanding of the engineering, tools, and technology used during World War I.

Event Details

April 14th, 2018
Rock Eagle 4-H Center, Eatonton

Event will include hands-on building opportunities as well as an opportunity to showcase prior work in the area of STEM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics).

Registration begins at 9:30 AM, Event begins at 10 AM, and concludes at 4 PM. Early lodging will be available at Rock Eagle on Friday 4/13 for $23.00 per person (includes breakfast). Those reservations are the responsibility of the county office and are made and paid directly with Rock Eagle. Adult Supervision must be provided for these youth.

Eligibility: Current 6th – 8th Grade 4-H Members

Committee Acknowledgments

This event is made possible because of the efforts of a dedicated planning committee. Many thanks to the following individuals who give their time and talents:

  • Melanie Biersmith, State 4-H Office
  • Charity Cagle, Lumpkin
  • Melanie Dabb, Troup
  • Rebekah Greene, Tattnall
  • Sonya Jones, Pulaski
  • Laurie Murrah-Hanson, Fulton
  • Abbie Salmon, Floyd
  • Sara Sercer, Wilcox
  • Jakyn Tyson, Emanuel
  • Gwendolyn Williams, Clayton
  • Janet Woodard, Morgan
  • Jeffrey Burke, State 4-H Office

    Georgia 4-H Science Contact

    Melanie Biersmith
    Extension 4-H Specialist
    melmel@uga.edu