4-H overnight and day camps offer recreational, educational, and career exploration opportunities. Nebraska 4-H offers summer camps for youth ages 5-18 and Big Red Summer Academic Camps for youth in grades 10-12.
4-H clubs are organized groups that meet regularly to focus on a series of educational experiences. Regular membership is available for youth ages 8-18. Youth ages 5-7 may also join as Clover Kid members.
Afterschool groups meet between 3-6 PM to offer youth a safe, fun, and educational experiences through hands-on activities and 4-H curriculum. Some 4-H afterschool programs are also considered 4-H clubs.
The programs and opportunities listed below are available to youth across the state regardless of their county of residence. For more information about local programs and opportunities, please contact your local Extension office. Some programs below may require enrollment.
Nebraska 4-H strives to empower youth to reach their full potential working and learning in partnership with caring adults. Data included in the 2017 impact report represents youth responses from across the state following their engagement in one or more 4-H programs. More than 4,000 responses were collected.
February is Nebraska 4-H Month, and we want to hear your 4-H story! Share a short video or photo of your 4-H experience using #NE4H and #TrueLeaders. Or, if your story involves a community service project, submit your project details to our 4-H Community Service Project Map and we'll celebrate your project on social media!
This month we would like to congratulate the Brush Creek 4-H Club for being awarded the Nebraska 4-H Club of the Month for January 2018. This club from Atkinson, in Holt County, has truly made a difference in its community. The club is dedicated to building strong citizenship and teamwork through various activities.