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Beginning March 12, 2022, face masks are no longer required in our facility.  Please feel free to wear a mask if you are more comfortable doing so.

Join 4-H

Ready to become a 4-H member? There are a few ways to get started:

  1. Join an existing club. Our office can help you find a group that is accepting new members. Contact the club leader to get details on upcoming meetings to make sure it fits with your schedule. Leaders will often invite prospective new members to attend a meeting before officially enrolling.
  2. Start a new club. Don’t see an open club that fits your schedule or interests? Contact the 4-H office to discuss the possibility of starting a new club in your area.
  3. Contact our office. Feel free to call or send us a message if you have questions or need suggestions.
Once you’ve found a group to join, enroll through 4-H Online:
  1. Set up a family profile. See this quick start guide for more instructions.
  2. After you have approval from the club leader, register each new member with at least one project and one primary club.
  3. Pay the enrollment fee. Financial assistance is available.
  4. Contact the club leader to confirm your enrollment.

Your club leader and the 4-H office will notify you of upcoming activities. Attend meetings regularly and have fun with your project(s)!

4-H Eligibility:
  • The WSU 4-H Youth Development Program abides by the nondiscrimination policies of WSU and the USDA.
  • Enrollment is open to youth who have reached their 5th birthday (on or before October 1st of the current 4-H year) through those who have not reached their 19th birthday (on or before October 1st of the current 4-H year).
  • Enrolled 4-H Youth Members must have reached their 8th birthday on or before October 1st of the current 4-H year to be eligible for:
    • Competitive situations, including livestock shows or sales
    • Enrollment in large animal projects
    • Enrollment in shooting sports projects
    • Enrollment in projects using motorized vehicles
    • Enrollment in food preservation projects
  • See the Washington 4-H Policy handbook for more information.