Clay County 4-H Youth Development

 

4-H is the largest out-of-school youth organization in the United States with over 7 million youth members. There is Cooperative Extension staff responsible for 4-H programs in every county and city - so there's probably a 4-H program near you. Whether you live in a city, suburb or rural area, there's something for you in 4-H!

 

Become a 4-H Leader and “Make the Best Better!”

Clay County 4-H is looking for Volunteer Leaders!  Volunteers are the backbone of 4-H.  With training, they provide leadership to 4-H programs.  Volunteer leaders include parents, teachers, community leaders, and others who share their time and talents to help youth cope with the issues and demands of today’s society and prepare them to become responsible citizens and tomorrow’s leaders.  If you are interested in learning how to become a 4-H Leader, or volunteering with 4-H in any capacity, please contact the Clay County 4-H Office at (904) 269-6355, (904) 284-6355 or e-mail Jackie Schrader, 4-H Agent at jbschrad@ufl.edu.

 

4-H Youth Development Program