The purpose of Georgia 4-H Military Programs is to
support military youth with positive youth development through new
and existing 4-H programs on installations and off installations
while providing programming for all audiences about the military
and their families.
The National 4-H Headquarters at Cooperative State Research, Education,
and Extension Service (CSREES) at the U.S. Department of Agriculture has several partnerships in
place to extend the exciting world of 4-H to U.S. military youth
around the world. The goal is for military youth to become involved
in 4-H and to be able to continue their 4-H work wherever they move
when their parents are transferred or deployed. 4H'ers participate in camping and leadership opportunities, civic engagement, and service learning projects.
Resources for Military Familes
Resources for Educators
4-H Military Partnership Infographic
4-H Military Connected Youth Program Logic Model
Georgia Military Installations by District
Georgia Military Youth Population by County
State 4-H Military Liaisons have been named in each state to support the work that CSREES/4-H
is doing with the U.S. Army Child & Youth Services and the U.S.
Air Force Family Member Programs, as well as to reach out to the
Army and Air National Guards and Reserve Units.
Casey D. Mull is the 4-H State Military Liaison in Geogia.
Georgia's Military Installations
Georgia is home to many military installations, six of which have
Child & Youth Services offices or Family Member Programs
These six installations actively participate in
4-H programming as part of the 4-H/Military Partnership. The
following counties work with installations based in their county:
For additional information about the 4-H/Military Partnership in
Georgia, contact Georgia's State 4-H Military Liaison, Casey D. Mull, firstname.lastname@example.org, (706) 542.4444.