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4-H has become an active participant in several social media networks, where we have built a strong community of individuals who wish to participate in positive, productive conversation.
The 4-H Online Community includes the 4-H web page, 4-H Facebook page, and 4-H Twitter feed, and is managed and monitored by National 4-H Council.
A team at Council monitors each of the online environments daily to make sure postings and discussions are appropriate in nature. Council responds occasionally, and directs a participant’s questions or concerns to the appropriate party. For example, if a member of the page posts something that should be dealt with by the National Institute of Food and Agriculture at USDA, or at the State or County level, Council will notify the member and provide the contact information of the appropriate resource.
Users in these communities should comply with age requirements regulated by the sites. Most sites require parental permission if under age 13.
Download the 4-H Social Media Best Practices Guidelines
Join National 4-H Council for these interactive and instructive 45-minute tutorials will help you develop social media strategies that create platforms that are engaging, interactive, safe and effective. Built for those who are new to social media, as well as advanced users, this series will help you harness the power of Facebook and Twitter to communicate with a variety of audiences. You’ll learn how to generate content, build community, increase participation and how to do it all in a safe manner for youth and adults alike.
Download and view the social media webinar series
We reserve the right to remove content if deemed inappropriate due to inclusion of any of the following:
Posts or discussions by community members in no way reflect the views of National 4-H Council.
National 4-H Council encourages all people involved or interested in 4-H to join and participate in the 4-H social media community. You can find, friend, or follow 4-H by clicking on the links below.
4-H Mall • National 4-H Youth Conference Center
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