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Washington State 4-H Teen Conference

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June 24-27, 2024 • Washington State University


High-school aged teens (those who have completed 8th grade and up) are encouraged to come to the Pullman Campus of Washington State University in June of 2024 for the Washington State 4-H Teen Conference.

Some highlights include: touring the beautiful Pullman campus of WSU, staying in college dormitories, eating at WSU’s dining center, attending workshops and tours to highlight career pathways and opportunities. We will include workshops to help youth begin preparing for college applications, scholarship applications, choosing a college major, and choosing a career pathway. We will also have opportunities for leadership development, service projects, team-building activities, and FUN!


Emerald Level

WA State 4-H Foundation

Bronze Level

McPan family supports WSU 4-H!

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Event Documents:

Conference Schedule (pdf)

Workshop Descriptions (pdf)

Tour Descriptions (pdf)

Workshop Schedule (pdf)

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Documentos en Español

Reserva las Fechas (pdf)

Formulario de inscripción (pdf)


Kelly Anne Stewart
Teen Conference Coordinator




Enrolled 4-H Members


April 29 – May 31 $295 Register Link
for Enrolled 4-H Members

4-H Youth Presenters/Planning Committee


April 29 – May 31 $195 Register Link
for 4-H Youth Presenters/Planning Committee
Non-4-H Youth May 6 – May 31 $295 Non-4-H Conference Registration Form

Completed registration forms should be scanned and emailed to or mail to: 310 N. Main, Room 209 Colfax, WA 99111

Non-4-H payment should be handled through your program affiliation (Juntos, GEAR Up, etc.). If you are not affiliated with 4-H, GEAR Up or Juntos 4-H, please reach out to for instructions on payment.

Please note: Non-4-H Registration through 4-H Online (you will need to create a log-in)

For payment, those registering through 4-H Online will have the option of paying with credit card.



4-H Certified Volunteer Chaperones


April 29 – May 31 $200 Register Link
for 4-H Certified Volunteer Chaperones

WSU 4-H Staff/Faculty


April 29 – May 31 $200 Register Link
for WSU 4-H Staff/Faculty


If you need help registering for an event in 4-H Online, here is a Youtube Tutorial Video:

If you have questions about registering for Teen Conference,
contact Kelly Stewart at: or (509) 397-6290


Payment options include credit card payment and check payment. However, check payment only includes third-party payments (county payments, Juntos or GEAR UP). If you select the check payment option, you MUST then let us know which of these payment sources you will be using. Please contact your county extension office with questions about payment options.


Transportation to and from Pullman, WA is not provided. We recommend contacting your county 4-H coordinator to inquire about transportation. All in-conference transportation (for tours & workshops) will be included. Please note that youth and chaperones must remain on campus for the entirety of the conference (they should not be driving around or off campus even if they brought a vehicle to the event).

Food and Lodging

All participants in the conference will stay in Streit-Perham Hall dormitory on WSU’s Pullman campus. Youth will stay in double occupancy rooms and adults will stay in single rooms. Roommates will be pre-assigned, but there is a place in the registration for youth to request a roommate. No changes to roommates will be allowed during the conference. Participants need to bring bedding to this event (pillow, sleeping bag and/or sheets and blankets) as well as towels and toiletry items. Food will be served at Southside Dining center for all meals except the banquet. Those with dietary needs should make note of those requirements on their registration.

Conference Orientation Meetings

Several Zoom orientation meetings will take place in June before the conference. These meetings will cover: conference policies, what to pack, what to bring/what NOT to bring, and more details about what to expect at the conference. There will be Chaperone Zoom orientation meetings, as well. Dates, times, and Zoom links for orientation meetings will be emailed to you in early June.

Conference Schedule

Conference schedule (pdf) – Please note, small schedule changes can happen between now and the conference in June.

Workshops & Tours

There are four workshop sessions at our conference. Students are able to choose from a number of workshop choices for each session. They should be sure to include alternate choices as all workshops will have limited spaces. Workshops will be filled based on registration date, so the sooner you register, the more likely you are to get your first choice of workshops. See: Workshop Descriptions (pdf)
*Youth presenters – please choose the workshop you are presenting as your first choice!

We will also have two 2-hour career exploration tours at the conference. Students are able to choose from a number of tour choices for each session. They should be sure to include alternate choices as all tours will have limited spaces. Tours will be filled based on registration date, so the sooner you register, the more likely you are to get your first choice of tours. See: Tour Descriptions (pdf)


Questions can be directed to: Kelly Anne Stewart, Teen Conference Coordinator –