Mission Make-It

Georgia 4-H is providing this exciting opportunity for students to engage in the engineering design process, teamwork, critical thinking, and positive youth development!

To celebrate the 50th anniversary of Apollo 11 moon landing, our 2019 event will be astronomy-themed … The Great Space Race!  Workshops will be themed to recognize the role engineering plays in astronomy.  The 4-H participants will engage in hands-on activities to gain a deeper understanding of the engineering, tools, and technology used in space exploration.

Event Details

August 17, 2019
Rock Eagle 4-H Center in Eatonton, Georgia

Mission Make-It include 2 hands-on workshops, an exhibit opportunity for youth to showcase their prior work in the area of STEM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics), and a guest speaker with an expertise in space!

Eligibility: 6th – 8th Grade 4-H Members (for the 2019-2020 school year)

To register for Mission Make-It, contact your local UGA County Extension Office.

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:

  • Kelli Cody, Columbia County
  • Melanie Dabb, Troup County
  • Rebekah Greene, Tattnall County
  • Sonya Jones, Pulaski County
  • Laurie Murrah-Hanson, Fulton County
  • Abbie Salmon, Floyd County
  • Sara Sercer, Wilcox County
  • Gwendolyn Williams, Clayton County
  • Janet Woodard, Morgan County

Georgia 4-H Science Contact

Kasey Bozeman
Extension 4-H Specialist

2018 Mission Make-It