West Virginia University Extension Service offers 4-H Youth Development Programs in all 55 of the state’s counties. From camps to clubs, 4-H focuses on service and learning activities that involve the “head, heart, hands, and health” of a community and its members.
To learn more about 4-H programs, visit the 4-H page, or to join, contact your local county Extension office.
Why Join 4-H?
4-H’ers form friendships that last by participating in a variety of activities. The program builds leadership skills, helps engage youth in learning, and provides a variety of ways for students to get involved. Learn why you should join 4-H.
Legos for Learning: 4-H Provides Science, Engineering and Technology Opportunities
A new grant from the JCPenney Afterschool Fund will help five West Virginia counties establish a Lego Robotics Challenge team.
Cloverbuds: 4-H for Children Under the Age of Eight
Everyone can get involved in 4-H fun regardless of age. The Cloverbud program is designed to get children thinking about the four focus areas of 4-H—head, heart, hands, and health.