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|About||4-H is a program of Cornell Cooperative Extension which helps youth gain knowledge, self confidence, self esteem and skills through hands on learning.|
|Mission||4-H empowers youth to reach their full potential, working and learning in partnership with caring adults.|
4-H is a program of Cornell Cooperative Extension which helps youth gain knowledge, self confidence, self esteem and master skills through hands on learning. 4-H youth are guided through projects by adult volunteers. 4-H youth can participate in activities in Schoharie County (dog obedience, Cobleskill Sunshine Fair), at Cornell University (Animal Crackers, Career Explorations), around New York State (Capitol Days, the NY State Fair), and around the country (Wonders of Washington, Citizenship Focus).
Youth who belong to 4-H clubs build social skills, form lasting friendships, and learn from other youth in an informal setting. Clubs can have formal meetings with parliamentary procedure or informal meetings where youth and adults share knowledge and practice skills. Youth who are individual members are encouraged to participate in county wide, state or regional activities.
There is no membership fee to become a 4-H member or Cloverbud. Membership is open to all youth regardless of race, color, sex, national origin or handicap.