Nebraska 4-H Month - Share Your Story!
February is Nebraska 4-H Month, and we want to hear your 4-H story! Maybe it's showing a rabbit, interview judging, or zooming down the zipline. Share a short video or photo that shows your 4-H experience using the #NE4H and #TrueLeaders. Or, if your story involves a community service project, submit your project on the 4-H Community Service Project Map and the project will be shared through the Nebraska 4-H social media channels!
We look forward to seeing your 4-H story this February during Nebraska 4-H Month!
True Leaders in Service
Every day, 4-H'ers across the nation pledge their hands to larger service. And every day, 4-H'ers are rolling up their sleeves and putting their pledge into action – leading positive change that empowers their peers and their communities. This April, 4-H is launching an annual True Leaders in Service initiative in honor of National Volunteer Appreciation Month. True Leaders in Service, a month-long community service activation, will officially kick-off the first day of April, and culminate with the National 4-H Day of Service on Saturday, April 29. Thousands of 4-H'ers will venture out into their communities to do what 4-H'ers do best: they will lead in service to tackle community challenges and help meet the needs of others.
National 4-H Week
National 4-H Week is held every year during the first full week of October. Celebration for this event can be customized specifically to your club or county. This may include planning educational events, special celebrations, community services events, etc.
Social media channels are the perfect place for celebrating your 4-H pride during National 4-H Week. Join the celebration by using #TrueLeaders. For more ways to get involved or to find celebration events in your community, contact your local Extension office.
Name & Emblem Guidelines
The 4-H Name and Emblem are protected under federal statute Title 18, U.S. Code 707. Clubs, members, and volunteers are permitted to use the 4-H Name and Emblem once their program is chartered with the official 4-H Charter from 4-H National Headquarters at the Cooperative State Research, Education and Extension Service (CSREES), within the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA).