4-H Club Member
Do you enjoy making new friends, learning with others, and serving in your community? If so, discover how you can become a 4-H Club Member!
As a 4-H Club Member, you will be a part of an organized group of youth. 4-H Clubs, led by an adult or youth volunteer, typically:
- meet throughout several months or an entire year
- elect officers and set rules to govern the club
- conduct educational programs
- complete community service projects
There are several different types of clubs, such as:
- Community 4-H Clubs – typically meet in the evenings or on weekends and offer self-chosen multiple learning experiences and activities.
- In-School 4-H Clubs – meet during school hours, but have officers and planned activities beyond school enrichment.
- Afterschool 4-H Clubs – organized within child care settings. They have officers and planned activities.
- Military 4-H Clubs – organized by the Armed Forces, often on military installations, and principally for military dependents.
Youth who are 4-H Club Members in their local communities may also choose to:
- Participate in State, Regional, and National Programs
- Serve in a Club leadership role
- Compete for ribbons, awards, trophies, scholarships and other forms of recognition
- Promote the 4-H Youth Development Program to others
Discover more about joining the 4-H Youth Development Program as a Club Member!
Contact your local University of Nebraska–Lincoln Extension Office for more information about becoming a member of a 4-H Club in your community!