4-H is a National Youth Development Program that has been in existence for over 100 years. The primary goal of 4-H is to assist youth in developing life skills that help them live productive and satisfying lives. Some important life skills include making decisions, solving problems, relating to others, planning and organizing, communicating with others, leading self and others, and applying science and technology. Being part of a 4-H club is one of the most meaningful ways to participate in 4-H. Youth can also be involved in special interest programs as well as school enrichment and mentoring programs sponsored by 4-H.
What is 4-H?
Learn more about the program's mission and goals for its youth members.
How is 4-H Organized?
Find out how the program is an educational outreach program of the University of Wyoming.
What can youth members do in the program?
Read about the vast opportunities available to Wyoming 4-H members.
The mainstay of our program are the adults who volunteer to teach and mentor youth members.
How is 4-H Financed?
Find out more information about funding for the program.