4-H YOUTH DEVELOPMENT
4-H is a fun, educational program for young people. The purpose of 4-H is to develop leadership, character, and good citizenship in America's youth.
4-H is open to all youth from grades 3-12, regardless of race, religion, sex, national origin or handicap, and involves rural as well as urban youth.
All 4-H Horse & Pony, along with 4-H Pygmy goats MUST ENROLL THEIR ANIMALS ONLINE this year. Please go to the main page of our website and follow the instructions under "Hot Topics" to begin your enrollment. Enrollment Deadline MUST BE COMPLETED by 11:59 p.m. EST on May 15th. NO EXCEPTIONS.
Click here to Enroll in Jasper County 4-H
Click here for all Jasper County 4-H Project Information, manuals, record sheets, etc.
Jasper County Mini 4-H Program
Mini 4-H is for youth in 1st & 2nd grade.
Click here to Enroll in Jasper County Mini 4-H
Jasper County Junior Leaders
4-H Junior Leaders is for youth in grades 7-12. It is an opportunity for youth to learn leadership while organizing and performing community service activities. They work hard and play hard with monthly meetings, community service opportunities and FUN activities. Please mark Junior Leaders on your enrollment form if you are interested in a year full of FUN and FULLFILLMENT!
Click here for the 4-H Junior Leaders Manual
Camp Counselor Application
4-H offers a variety of scholarships. 4-H'ers in grades 10 - post high school should check out this page for additional information.
Click here for more 4-H Scholarship information and applications
4-H Trips and Awards
The Jasper County 4-H program offers a variety of 4-H Camps, Trips and Workshops for 4-H'ers to participate in. Be sure to click on the link above to find out more.
Click here for more 4-H Camps, Trips and Workshops information and applications
Giving to the 4-H Program: Booster Club
Donations are a vital part of keeping the 4-H program going in Jasper County. Our 4-H Booster Club works at coordinating with donors to make sure that their donation is used to best benefit the 4-H program and the youth involved. To find out how you can give click here.
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