4-H Youth Development
Science Camp 2014 – 11/7-9/14 - Now you are playing with power! (Energy)- http://bit.ly/jtsc14
Winter Teen Weekend 2014 – 12/29-31/14 - Camp on a whole new level! - http://bit.ly/jtwtc14
Back 2 Nature Camp – Oct 10-12 - http://www.airfieldconference.com/pdf/doc-back2nature-2014-1408733437.pdf
Fall Teen Weekend – Nov 14-16 - http://www.airfieldconference.com/pdf/doc-fallteenweekend2014-1408733819.pdf
4-H is the youth development education program of Virginia Cooperative Extension. 4-H is rich with learning experiences where young people partner with caring adults and volunteers in a fellowship unlike any other program available to youth today. Through 4-H, young people are encouraged to participate in a variety of activities that emphasize 4-H's "learning by doing" philosophy of youth development.
Developing Confident Leaders
Standing for head, heart, hands, and health, 4-H uses more than a century of experience in youth development programming to build strong, confident leaders.
4-H MOTTO: To Make the Best Better!
I pledge...My HEAD to Clearer Thinking,
My HEART to Greater Loyalty,
My HANDS to Larger Service,
and My HEALTH To Better Living.
For My Club, My Community, My Country, and My World
4-H COLORS: Green & White
The white is for purity. The green, nature's most common color, is for life, springtime, and youth.
Young people in the 4-H community learn leadership, citizenship, and a vast array of life skills that benefit them for the rest of their lives. Through school-based, after-school, and community clubs as well as camp settings, 4-H members pledge to build a better community, country, and world.
Ready for the Future
4-H participants are youth, ages 5 to 19, taking part in programs provided as the result of actions planned and initiated by Extension personnel in cooperation with volunteers. With a direct connection to research at Virginia's land-grant universities, Virginia Tech and Virginia State University, 4-H is the first experience many young people have with higher education. 4-H is characterized as being community-centered, volunteer-led, Extension-staff supervised, research-based, home- and family-oriented, publicly and privately funded, and responsive to change.