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4-H Consumer & Family Science Project

All 4-H Consumer & Family Science Project Content

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Project resources help 4-H members learn about everything from aerospace to workforce readiness.

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4-H Entrepreneurship Project

The 4-H entrepreneurship project will help you explore what it takes to start and own a business. 4-H connects youth to important careers and strengthens their entrepreneurship skills.

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4-H Clothing & Textiles Project

Create a style of your own! The clothing & textile 4-H project is designed to help you explore the world of clothing through sewing or good buymanship.

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4-H Consumer Decision Making Judging Project

When shopping, how do you choose which item is the best? Consumer decision making (CDM) judging is comparing items and deciding which is better and why.

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4-H Home Environment Project

Discover how to make living spaces more comfortable, organized, inviting, and relaxing. Learn about color, space planning, fabrics, furniture, and accessories.

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4-H Fashion Revue Project

The fashion revue contest provides 4-H youth an opportunity to develop interview and personal presentation skills through judge interaction. A public style show, the culminating event, showcases youth’s creativity and style.

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4-H Child Development Project

The possibilities are endless in the child development 4-H project area! Learn how children grow and develop and apply that to create games, snacks, and books for children.

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4-H Consumer Education Project

The consumer education program seeks to grant youth the knowledge and skills to become more financially responsible consumers as youth are challenged to compare products, prices, and services that are a part of our everyday lives.