4-H Youth Development
Become a Volunteer
Hall County 4-H relies heavily on the efforts of volunteers to help coordinate and organize events and clubs. If you are interested in serving as a volunteer, read more about becoming a volunteer at the Georgia 4-H website.
The 4-H office promote and coordinate 4-H summer camp experiences unlike any other. Counties travel to unique 4-H centers across the state offering fun, friendship and adventure for over 8,000 4-H'ers each summer. Visit the Georgia 4-H Website for more information on summer camps.
Georgia 4-H Centers:
Rock Eagle 4-H Center, Eatonton
Wahsega 4-H Center, Dahlonega
Fortson 4-H Center, Hampton
Burton 4-H Center, Tybee Island
Camp Jekyll, Jekyll Island
4-H Project Achievment is a cornerstone of the Georgia 4-H Program. From the first Boys' Corn Club sharing their crops to today's presentations and portfolios on hundreds of topics, Project Achievement serves to showcase 4-H'ers work and success.
Project Achievement seeks to help youth be prepared and confident for speaking in front of a group of people, because we all have a voice that needs to be heard.
For more information about Project Achievement check out the Georgia 4-H website.
Horse Club members participate in monthly educational programs, fun activities, clinics and workshops. Members compete in 4-H Horse Quiz Bowl, Hippology , Horse Judging, State 4-H Horse Show, public speaking and other educational events.
For more information: Hall County 4-H Horse Club
Project S.A.F.E. (Shooting Awareness, Fun and Education) is a curriculum based and designed to assist young people in personal development, establish a personal environmental ethic and explore life-long vocational and avocational activities.
Hall County offers three S.A.F.E. programs:
Traditional Archery Club for 4th-12th grade (Non-competitive)
BB Rifle Team for 4th-8th grade
.22 Rimfire Team for 9th-12th grade
For more information about Project S.A.F.E. programs visit the Georgia 4-H website.