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Wyoming 4-H and You!

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What is 4-H?

Wyoming 4‑H empowers young people with skills to lead for a lifetime. It’s a research-based experience that includes a mentor, a hands-on project, and a meaningful leadership opportunity.

Opportunities

Wyoming 4-H gives you the opportunity to travel throughout Wyoming, the United States, and even Internationally. 4-H offer competitions and events to meet a variety of interests and skill levels

Join 4-H Today

4-H programs are offered at the county level.  To learn more about joining an local 4-H experience you can contact your local University of Wyoming Extension Office or enroll online through ZSuite.

 

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Stay in the Know!

National 4-H Week

National 4-H Week is October 3-9, 2021.  Many celebrations occur this week to recognize the end of one 4-H year and the start of a new one.  County achievement events, record book judging and awards, volunteer recognition, club recognition, and even the National 4-H Science Challenge can be found across the state in each county.  Be sure to follow on Facebook for pictures, updates, contests, and more this week!

National 4-H Contests - thick of it!

Wyoming 4-H is in the think of representing us at national events.  The first one occurred in June with National 4-H ShootAksarben had representation from the Wyoming 4-H All-Star team.  Teams competed in the National 4-H Meats Evaluation Contest (Niobrara County), Arabian World Horse Show and Hippology Contest (Campbell County), National 4-H Food Challenge (Uinta County), American Royal Livestock Judging Contest (Natrona County), with others heading to the National 4-H Livestock Judging Contest (Sheridan County), National Livestock Skill-A-Thon Contest (Uinta County).  Not to mention more heading to Denver to attend and compete in the Western 4-H Roundup held in conjunction with the National Western Stock Show including teams from Albany and Natrona Counties. Keep up on their successes on Wyoming 4-H Facebook page!


 

 

4-H Foundation Scholarships Opportunity!

The Wyoming State 4-H Foundation is proud to manage scholarship opportunities to students that are current and/or past 4-H members in Wyoming. The decision you make as to where to go to college affects the number of scholarship opportunities you will have. We offer many scholarships that are just to the University of Wyoming, some that can go to either UW other accredited colleges in Wyoming, and one that is for students pursuing a vocational program/certificate. Applications for 2022 are due by February 15, 2022. One single application is used for all our scholarships.  Just check the boxes to those for which you want to be considered.  As you choose to apply for scholarships, PLEASE read each one’s parameters for eligibility so you don’t miss out!

COVID and 4-H

We continue to be cognizant of the safety of all 4-H youth as they participate in 4-H activities.  We are fortunate to live in a state with wide-open spaces, limited populations, and responsible citizens that have allowed us to do more 4-H activities than most other states.  Thank you for contributing to being able to have successful county and state fairs, club meetings, project meetings, workshops, clinics, etc.  We continue to operate within the county health guidance and the Governor of Wyoming’s restrictions on meetings.  For specifics, you can find them on the Dept of Health site or the WY Dept. of Health COVID-19 Resources and, if you are intrigued, you can check out UW’s Return to Campus Plan.

 

 

 

Contact Us

Wyoming State 4-H Office
1000 E. University Ave.
Department 3354
Laramie, WY 82071

Phone: (307) 766-5170
Fax: (307) 766-3998
Email: 4h@uwyo.edu

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