Collegiate 4-H provides an opportunity for young adults to continue 4-H service, leadership development and professional development during their college years. Collegiate 4-H activities can range from working directly with state, county, or local 4-H groups to serving as volunteer leaders for projects, educational workshops, contests, judging competitions, or assisting with service projects. Additionally, collegiate 4-H programs are typically actively involved in campus activities through the involvement in community service projects and promoting positive youth development.
Connect youth with 4-H
Share the 4-H experience with youth that you may know in your community. Whether you are a parent, educator, colleague or friend of someone with youth, you can help connect them with 4-H youth development.
Volunteering with 4-H can be as big or small an investment as you choose. Share your special talents by hosting a workshop, chaperoning an event or helping at the fair. If you’re ready to make a larger investment, become a club leader, mentor a young person or take on a leadership role with your local 4-H council. No amount of time is too big or too small – all 4-H volunteers have a huge impact on building true leaders!