4-H Youth Development
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What is 4-H?
The mission of Georgia 4-H is to assist youth in acquiring knowledge, developing life skills, and forming attitudes that will enable them to become self-directing, productive and contributing members of society. This mission is accomplished through "hands-on" learning experiences that focus on agricultural and environmental issues, agriculture awareness, leadership, communication skills, foods and nutrition, health, energy conservation, and citizenship.
Who is eligible?
All youth, grades K-12, residing in Cobb County may join 4-H. 4th graders, 5th graders, and middle school students may attend meetings at their school where 4-H clubs exist.
How to enroll?
If your child is brand new to 4-H, you can enroll your child online HERE! When you list the club, please put the followin based on your child's grade for the 2020-2021 school year: Cloverbuds (K-3rd), Cloverleaf County Council (4th-6th), Junior County Council (7th-8th), and Senior County Council (9th-12th). Your child's club will be updated once you enroll and join one of our specialty clubs.
If your child has been in Cobb 4-H in the past, please complete the re-enrollment online form HERE!
All enrolled 4-H'ers must complete and mail in the following forms to 678 South Cobb Drive Suite 200 Marietta, GA 30060:
- Medical Information and Release Form
- Code of Conduct
- Online Participation Waiver
- Electronic Consent forms.
These documents can be found on our newsletters and forms tab.
What clubs can my child join?
We have lots of clubs that meet a wide variety of interests! Check out our 2020-2021 Virtual Open House to learn more about our programs. See the video here.
Once you enroll and view the video, be sure to sign up on the club interest form to receive more information about the various clubs! Club interest form can be found here! You only need to complete the form one time per child.
When and where are general 4-H meetings held?
During the school year, 4th graders, 5th graders, and middle school students may attend meetings at their school where 4-H clubs exist. 4th and 5th grade club meetings are during school hours within the classroom. 4-H club meetings are educational, focusing on science and public speaking skills. There are several 4-H clubs active at many elementary schools in Cobb County. Three middle schools have before school 4-H club meetings that focus on healthy living. 4-H County Council meetings are held monthly at the Extension office for grades 4th-12th. ***General meetings will be held virtually this fall. Must be registered to receive the Zoom link.*** County Council meetings include engaging activities, leadership experiences, and community service opportunities. To program for our K-3rd grade 4-H'ers, Cobb County 4-H has a Home School Cloverbuds program that meets during the day and a General Cloverbuds program that meets in the evening monthly. ***Cloverbuds will meet virtually this fall and will include an activity kit to accompany the meeting. Must be enrolled and registered to receive the Zoom link and activity kit.***
Cobb County & Marietta City Schools that have in-school 4th and/or 5th grade clubs:
Acworth, Addison, Baker, Bells Ferry, Bryant, Chalker, Dowell, Due West, Fair Oaks, Harmony-Leland,
Hollydale, King Springs, Keheley, Milford, Mount Paran, Norton Park, Park Street, Pitner, Sedalia Park, & Westside
Cobb County Middle Schools that have before school 4-H clubs:
Daniell, Griffin, Palmer
County Council 2020-2021 Dates
August 19 (Open House video released), September 1, October 6, November 3, December 1, January 5, February 2, March 2, April 13, May 4 (Cook Out)
Cloverbuds Fall Dates
August 19 (Open House video released), September 9, October 14, November 11, December 9
Activities such as judging teams, camps, conferences and more are available for all active 4-H'ers in 4th-12th grade. Activities are held after school or on weekends. 4-H activities are led by Cobb County 4-H staff members and screened UGA volunteers. Learn more about our specialty clubs and 4-H activities under the News and Events tab. For more information and an enrollment card please visit our newsletters and tabs page or contact us at 770-528-4070 or the email address listed below.
For more information about Cobb County 4-H Youth Development Programs, contact Brittani Lee at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (770) 528-4070.