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Project Achievement

Georgia 4-H Project Achievement

What is Project Achievement?

Project Achievement is skills for a lifetime! 4-H'ers develop leadership, creativity, public speaking skills, recordkeeping, and more through this program! Specifically, students pick a project area of interest, research the topic, write a presentation, and present it to others. As students become older, a record-keeping component that promotes independent thinking, research, and implementation is added.

Project Achievement


Explore your interests
Share your story
Unleash your creativity
Celebrate your achievements

Cloverleaf

5th Grade

For a 5th Grade Cloverleaf 4-H'er, the presentation will begin at school or the county level competition and advance to the area or district level competition. During 5th Grade 4-H Club Meetings in November, 4-H'ers discussed starting their projects. This information can be found in their November newsletter. The first part of the project is a two to three-page report which was due at the January club meeting. The second part of the project is a poster or tri-board that was due in February. 5th Grade Project Fair was held on February 19th and 20th of 2020. Winners received a letter to their parents inviting them to 5th Grade Cloverleaf DPA. Parent meetings and after-school practices were held on February 24th, 25th, and 26th. Below you can find the materials covered at these meetings. Those attending must have a completed Code of Conduct and Medical Release Form.  Please contact us at (706) 779-5501 or uge1257@uga.edu if you have any questions.

  • 5th Grade Project Fair – February 19th & 20th – Stephens County Middle School
  • 5th Grade DPA - The in-person District Project Achievement was canceled. We held #4hpresentyourself, a Virtual Project Achievement that 5th grade 4-H'ers, who were invited to go to District Project Achievement, were emailed and invited to participate. More information about #4hpresentyourself and submissions received can be found on our Virtual Project Achievement page.

Virtual Project Achievement

6th Grade

For a 6th Grade Cloverleaf 4-H'er, the presentation will begin at the area or district level competition. 

CLOVERLEAF PROJECT ACHIEVEMENT


Junior

For 7th and 8th Grade Junior 4-H'ers, the presentation will begin at the area or district level competition. 

JUNIOR PROJECT ACHIEVEMENT


Senior

Senior competitions begin at the district level and advance to the state competition known as State 4-H Congress and even national competition known as National 4-H Congress.

SENIOR PROJECT ACHIEVEMENT