4-H is delivered in a variety of ways:
Organized 4-H Club – Neighborhood or Community-based
An organized group of youth with adult volunteer leaders, youth officers and a planned program carried out throughout all or several months of the year. These may focus on a single project or be, multi-project, even whole community clubs. The club meets on their own schedule at the homes of the members, volunteers or a community setting.
Planned learning experiences that occur independent of a formal group setting, as an individual, or family effort, with mentoring coming primarily from the parents, grandparents or other family person(s). All the projects and opportunities available to an organized club are also open to the Individual.
After School Programs
Available on a self-supporting basis, usually when grant funds have been secured or when requested and supported by the school. 4-H project materials and other resources are available. Call the 4-H Office for details (509-667-6540).
Challenge Experiential Learning
“Learn by Doing” at its best. For school groups, families and 4-H clubs. See our web pages for more information:www.ncw.wsu.edu/4h/challenge/
Promotes respect for our environment while exposing youth to the knowledge and skills needed to be good citizens and stewards of the world we live in. See our web pages at: www.ncw.wsu.edu/4h/ecostewardship.html