To help youth learn skills for living. The goal of 4-H is to assist youth and adults in becoming competent, coping, and contributing members of a global society, developing essential life skills through planned "learn by doing" experiences. Read more
The goal of 4-H is to assist youth and adults in becoming competent, coping, and contributing members of a global society, developing essential life skills through planned "learn by doing" experiences.
To be a leader in maximizing community and university resources to help youth, adults, and families reach their fullest potentials.
We allow youth and adults to work together in family and community environments to create real life learning laboratories that help youth practice skills they need today and will continue to need the rest of their lives reach youth in their own neighborhoods and communities, with unique, hands on learning strategies suited to their needs address current youth issues through positive prevention programs value youth as resources by involving them in significant decision making and encouraging their participation in community roles promote positive adult and youth mentor relationships.
empowers people to voluntarily help themselves and others. stimulates skill development for life long living. builds leadership skills for betterment of self, family and community. improves the quality of life today and for future generations. focuses on individuals and relationships.
responds to youth needs. maximizes community assets. promotes collaborations and builds partnerships. fosters individual and community ownership. mobilizes skills and talents of volunteers. teaches life skills through hands on experience.
recognizes individual uniqueness. encourages participation regardless of economic, social or familial background, cultural status, religion, age, ability or gender. provides multiple perspectives. identifies the importance of each family regardless of its composition. creates a positive environment for program involvement for all.
Because we value youth and their families, we believe in: