4-H Day at the Capitol (7-12th)
Each year, 4-H Day at the Capitol is held during a session of the General Assembly so that 4-H’ers can schedule visits with their legislators, serve as House and Senate pages, see top 4-H’ers honored, and hear our State 4-H President address the state legislature. 4-H Day at the Capitol also features a luncheon, hosted by the Georgia 4-H Foundation Board of Trustees, that offers 4-H youth the opportunity to eat with and meet legislators from around the state.
Junior Conference ( 6-8th)
Held annually at Rock Eagle 4-H Center, Junior Conference is a recreational and educational opportunity planned for 4-H’ers in the 6th through 8th grades. The weekend includes a mix of workshops and education sessions, along with opportunities for community service and exhibits, planned by and led by the Junior Board of Directors. Recreational programs for 4-H’ers are included to allow 4-H’ers to interact with youth from all over Georgia. Educational workshops, community service, and recreation are led by high school aged Teen Leaders. Registration is first come, first serve, and is limited.
6th - 8th graders in Northeast and Northwest District are invited to a weekend retreat at Wahsega 4-H Center where they will participate in classes including the Wahsega zip line, community service projects, activities, a talent show, dance, and a glow-in-the dark Easter egg hunt!
Georgia 4-H Project Achievement empowers young people with skills for a lifetime. Students choose a project area of interest, research the topic, and write and present a presentation. 4-H’ers develop leadership, creativity, public speaking, record keeping, and other skills. As students become older, a record keeping component that promotes independent thinking, research and implementation is added. Cloverleaf and Junior 4-H’ers (4th – 8th graders), begin competition in their school or county and advance to the district level. Senior competitions (9th-12th grade) encourage youth to become more involved in their project areas and advance to the state and national levels.
Fall Forum (9-12th)
Fall Forum is a recreational and educational opportunity planned for Seniors 4-H’ers (9th-12th grades). The weekend includes a mix of workshops and education sessions, along with opportunities for community service and exhibits, all planned by and led by 4-H’ers. Recreational programs for 4-H’ers are included to allow 4-H’ers to interact with youth from all over Georgia. In addition, trainings and educational opportunities are also offered for 4-H volunteers during the weekend.
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 includes 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.
Weekend in the Classic City
The Georgia Collegiate 4-H Clubs are excited about the opportunity to work with your high school 4-H’ers and help them learn more about life as a college student at Weekend in the Classic City 2019. Workshops will focus on the college search process, application preparation, scholarships, student life and so much more!