UGA Extension Office

Junior/Senior 4-H'ers

State Council

June 22-24th (Register by June 1st) 

Make plans now to join us and over 500+ of your closest friends at Rock Eagle 4-H Center for State 4-H Council.

State 4-H Council, a Georgia 4-H core program, is the constitutional meeting of the Georgia 4-H Council and the election of Georgia 4-H State Officers.  Registration for State 4-H Council is open to any current 8th-12th grade 4-H members. This annual meeting hosts multiple events, competition and trainings throughout the weekend for youth and adults.

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4-H Music Education Matters

July 17-19th (Register by June 29th) 

The Georgia 4-H Music Education Matters Summit provides an experience for youth across Georgia, and around the nation, to practice and grow in music education, network and learn from industry professionals, and develop as a leader, team member, and performer. In Georgia 4-H, we believe in the power of young people. Through a partnership with National 4-H Council and the CMA Foundation, Georgia 4-H, shares a commitment to giving youth a voice through music.

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4-H Dean's Award

Applications due by May 25th

One of the highest awards Georgia 4-H Members can earn is the 4-H Dean’s Award.  The Dean’s Awards were established to encourage participation and achievement by 4-H youth in areas fundamental to the mission of 4-H, the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, and the College of Family and Consumer Sciences.  They also recognize youth who have participated and excelled in a broad spectrum of activities and experiences over a sustained period of time, while simultaneously improving the participant's resume-preparation and interviewing skills.  Dean’s Awards are offered in five major project areas: Ag and STEM, Citizenship, Communications and the Arts, Family and Consumer Sciences, and Leadership.  Competition participants will submit a cumulative portfolio that spans their entire 4-H career for judges to score.  In each of the Dean’s Awards’ five project areas, individuals with the five highest portfolio scores will be selected as finalists and asked to participate in interviews at 4-H State Council.

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Junior Rally (6th-8th Graders)

More Information to come on 2019 Junior Rally 

Senior Conference (9th-12th Graders)

More Information to come on 2019 Senior Conference