UGA Extension Office


Junior/Senior Project Achievement

Project Achievement looks a bit different when youth become 7th graders. 4-H'ers are asked to pick a project area of interest, do project work in that area throughout the year then research a specific topic, write a presentation, and present it to a judging panel. Beginning in 7th grade, youth are expected to produce lengthier presentations and submit a portfolio for written work. For Senior 4-H'ers, presentations and portfolios become longer and more involved. District winners are given the opportunity to compete at the state level to become a Master 4-H'er and attend State Congress. State winners will advance to National Congress. 

Dates: March 1-3, 2024 at Rock Eagle 4-H Center in Eatonton, GA

Click here to learn more about rules and eligibility for Junior Project Achievement


Click here to learn more about rules and eligibility for Senior Project Achievement


State Congress

State Congress is an annual four-day event in Atlanta that hosts various contests, recognizes 4-H scholarship recipients, and honors state 4-H winners in a variety of projects and competitions. During this week, the state level Georgia 4-H Project Achievement competition takes place where 4-H'ers can earn Master 4-H status. This year State Congress will take place July 23-26, 2026 and Jasper County will have 5 Senior 4-H'ers in attendance. 

Click here to learn more about Georgia 4-H State Congress.