Links, resources, training materials and more to help 4-H professionals stay informed.
National 4-H Curriculum focus on 4-H’s three primary mission mandates: science, engineering and technology; healthy living; and citizenship. From Aerospace to Forestry to Workforce Readiness, 4-H’s vast curriculum and other activity resource guides are filled with engaging experiences that cultivate the skills that youth need for everyday living while they gain knowledge about subjects that interest them.Learn more
These resources are for 4-H professionals who are interested in writing, reviewing, or evaluating high-quality 4-H educational materials.Learn more
The 4-H National Directory of Materials is a searchable database of educational materials currently available throughout the Cooperative Extension System. Here you will find 4-H individual and group project materials, volunteer and professional development materials, as well as many other resources. You can search by topic area or keyword, then click on the links to the resources. Visit this directory often as 4-H continues to add new and useful resources to help you with your programming efforts.Learn more
This collection of resources, provided through the sponsorship of Monsanto Company, includes information that makes it easier to be a successful 4-H volunteer. Download documents such as officer installation ceremonies, sample club charters, and ideas for programs at club meetings. Links to other state 4-H web sites will give you insight on successful fundraising or tips for problem-solving on the local level.Learn more
Visit the professional development pages to access a wide variety of tools and resources including webinars, training guides, research, best practices, and more for 4-H educators, staff, and volunteers.Learn More
Grants are available from National 4-H Council that provide 4-H programs with the resources needed to help young people take on issues critical to their lives, families, and communities. In addition to grants, National 4-H awards honor the remarkable people that have dedicated their time and energy to support the 4-H movement.Learn More
The ACCESS 4-H Online Management System, a multi-functional, web-based management system that supports the day-to-day work of 4-H professionals and volunteers by simplifying processes associated with the enrollment of prospective members and current 4-H families.Learn more
This is where you’ll find marketing tips and how-to guides, graphics and logos, promotional campaign templates, and other resources for showcasing 4-H in your community.Learn More
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