4-H Enrollment

What is 4-H?

4-H is a community of young people across America who are learning citizenship, leadership and life skills. 4-H is the community-based educational program of the University of Florida Cooperative Extension Service that involves youth ages 5-18  in planned "learn by doing" experiences and positive supportive relationships. 4-H is open to all youth ages 5-18 regardless of race, color, religion, sex, disability, or national origin. 

What is there to do in 4-H?

The first thing to do in 4-H is to choose a PROJECT
4-H members "learn by doing", so your project work may include competing in a contest, going on a field trip, giving a speech, or working with an animal. In addition to becoming an expert in your project area, a 4-H member will learn leadership and communication skills. See resources to right.

How do I Join 4-H?

You must complete an enrollment form and a participation form at the beginning of each 4-H year which is Sept. 1. 

IS THERE A FEE?

Starting in the 2016-2017 4-H Year, there will be a fee.
Please see the attached letter and other information about this.
Open Letter To Community Clubs
Growing Florida 4-H Fact Sheet
Fee Fact Sheet for Volunteers

 

 

CLUB LEADER
RESOURCES

Online Youth Protection
Training
The OYCS Director said they are working to resolve the issue with people not receiving scores at the end of the assessment. In the meantime they will be emailing the scores (within the same day if not within the hour) to all program directors and test takers who are listed on the assessment.

The ABCs of 4-H: A Primer for 4-H Volunteers

Florida 4-H Project
Handouts List


End-of-Year Activity Report

Levy County Forms
for schools / clubs

Marine Science Educational Trip Request Form 2017

4-H Fundraiser Permission
Form 2017


Equipment - Vehicle Use
Form 2016


County and District Events

Levy County
Garden Project

Record Book
Information Booklet