4-H is the youth development program of Washington State University Extension. As the largest youth development organization in Washington, 4-H reaches nearly 80,000 young people. The 4-H Youth Development Program helps young people and adults put knowledge to work in all of Washington’s 39 counties, cities and towns.
4-H teaches life skills that lead young people to become self-directing, positive, contributing members of our society. These life skills include positive self-esteem, effective communication, a sense of responsibility to oneself and one’s community, sound decision making and a strong sense of belonging. These skills give young people the tools necessary for successful adulthood. The 4-H mission is reached through a number of delivery methods that relate to the total concept of youth development.
The 4-H Youth Development Program is a partnership between federal, state, tribal and local governments, Washington State University, the United States Department of Agriculture, professional staff, volunteers and youth.
4-H Focus Newsletters
The JULY 2017 edition of the 4-H Focus newsletter is now available!
4-H Volunteer Hours Reporting System
- Worksheet form for reporting volunteer hours
- Click here to go to online WSU Volunteer reporting system
2017 4-H Fair
Klickitat County Annual Awards OPPORTUNITIES
- 2017 Klickitat County record book scholarship application (Due Aug 31st)
- Washington State 4-H Scholarships (Due March 1 each year)
- Avista 4-H and WSU CAHNRS Scholarships (Due March 31 2016)
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