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 compete.


As one of the nation’s largest providers of environmental education, Georgia 4-H provides opportunities for day and overnight educational experiences at our centers around the state.


Georgia 4-H operates five 4-H Centers around the state from the mountains to the coast. These centers host various 4-H groups but are also open for non-4-H adult and youth groups with conference space, overnight accommodations, meetings rooms and catering facilities.


Join 4-H, volunteer your time, or donate and become part of the largest youth leadership development organization in the country.  Help us reach more young people by giving them the experiences they need to build the skills and confidence to become the leaders for tomorrow.