Cornell Cooperative Extension 4-H youth programs connect kids to the resources of Cornell University and the land-grant system, strengthening the next generation of inventors, entrepreneurs and problem-solvers. Activities and events inspire and shape youth, give them opportunities to master skills, enrich their knowledge, and work with others who can positively influence them.
To become involved in 4-H, contact your local Cornell Cooperative Extension office. An extension educator working with the 4-H Youth Development Program will be able to guide you and your child to 4-H opportunities in your area. There are 4-H clubs, afterschool activities, school enrichment projects, camps or events in every county for youth, ages 5 to 19.
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