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. 4-H programs are available for children in grades 4th-12th and 4-H Cloverbud programs are available in some counties for grades K-3rd.
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.
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.
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.
Summer camps offer 4-H’ers great adventure, friendship and fun, and develops camper independence.
4-H’ers explore their interests, unleash their creativity, share their work, and celebrate learning.
Club meetings enrich in-classroom education through the many activities and curriculum tracks available to 4-H’ers.
4-H’ers have the opportunity to participate in a number of statewide conferences held throughout the year.