Project resources help 4-H members learn about everything from aerospace to workforce readiness.
4-H Physical Sciences, Technology & Engineering Project
All 4-H Physical Sciences, Technology & Engineering Project Content
Use this guide to navigate the complete Science of Agriculture program; from recruiting team members all the way through celebrating at the end of the season.
Woodworking is a valuable skill for a hobby, household repairs, or even a career. Learn about types of wood, uses for various kinds of wood, how to make connections and joints, safety tips, common tools and project ideas from the very simple to impressive!
Learn how to safely and creatively join metal together by welding. Use your skills to make your own art, tools, and equipment! We use welded products every day, take some time to learn the methods behind different types of welding and learn how to use them yourself!
Start your engines and get excited about the automotive, small and tractor engines 4-H project area! Explore your interest in tractors and cars and learn how engines work, what problems can occur and how to fix those problems, and even build your own small engine.
The 4-H computer and technology project offers endless possibilities. Whether you like to program electronics, make online scrapbook pages, design web pages, geocaching, or take a hike with a GPS unit, you will find your niche with this project.
Want to design, build, and launch your own rocket? Always been interested in airplanes and flight? Blast off to the aerospace and rocketry project area!
Robots combine aspects of design, mechanics, and electronics together to manufacture materials, travel where humans can’t, collect data, and aid people with disabilities. Join or start a 4-H robotics club, participate in the 4-H robotics challenge, or exhibit a robotics project.
If you have ever wondered how and why an object behaves a certain way, you may be interested in studying physics. Physics works to understand the universe’s behavior through studying matter and its motion, along with energy and forces.
Used in everything from growing crops to tracking down criminals, geospatial technology is one of the fastest growing industries in the United States. Geospatial technology is used to analyze the earth’s features and visualize measurements.