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Projects & Resources

4-H youth talking to judge

One of the key features distinguishing 4-H is a commitment to using research-based information in our programming. In an era where YouTube, Pinterest, and Google freely provide biased and opinion-based resources, it can be difficult to know what resources are valid and trustworthy. For schools, this page serves as a compendium of evidence-based curricula that our local 4-H professionals can teach or share. This page provides parents and volunteers with project resources and easy-to-digest “hot sheets” for navigating the latest trends/issues affecting youth.


Educational Materials

Teen girls and boy arm-in-arm talking with each other.

Adulting: Free Trial

Adulting: Free Trial is a one-day event for high school students- ideally, sophomore, juniors or seniors.

Woman helping boy on computer

4-H Workforce Development

4-H defines workforce development as employment pathways and opportunities that will prepare youth to enter the workforce.

Youth judging fruits, vegetable and plants

4-H Bounty

4-H Bounty is a monthly club guide that focuses on leadership activities, community service, youth-in-action and specific project areas, as well as prepares youth and their families for county and state events.

Related Topics

4-H Projects, 4-H Hot Sheets