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Pennsylvania 4-H

Pennsylvania 4-H


Pennsylvania 4-H empowers youth to develop leadership, citizenship, and life skills. The goal is to help youth discover their passions, make real-world connections, and discover career opportunities.

4-H is national program that helps young people develop knowledge and skills to become capable, caring and contributing citizens. Membership in 4-H is open to all youth, ages of 5 to 19, without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, gender, disability, sexual orientation, or marital/parental status.  Youth in 4-H participate in all kinds of projects, events, and activities through local clubs, special interest clubs, school programs, and individual memberships. Members choose projects to fit their interests, abilities, and the places where they live. 4-H projects involve hands-on learning, setting goals, and evaluating progress.

Pennsylvania 4-H empowers youth to develop the skills they need to become capable, caring citizens that contribute to their communities, their country, and their world. The goal is for the youth to acquire skills and passions that have real-world applications and career opportunities.