The University of California 4-H Youth Development Program serves youth and teens in 57 of 58 California counties through traditional clubs, after-school programs, state-wide leadership conferences, and camps. Currently, there are more than 255,468 youth, ages 5 - 19 enrolled in California 4-H programs.
As the largest, non-profit youth organization in the country, 4-H has a proven history of making lasting change in the lives of young people. At 4-H (Head, Heart, Health, Hands), your child will build positive, healthy relationships, learn invaluable life skills, and grow into a competent, caring citizen. 4-H’ers are actively engaged in their communities and our programs develop strong future leaders.
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