Programming is offered through clubs, after/outside-school activities, field experiences, international exchanges and much more. Staff works in communities to help adults understand their roles in creating environments that value young people and facilitate the development of the assets they need to be happy, healthy, successful adults and provide experiences that help them reach their full potential to become active and productive members of their communities.
4-H has something for just about all young people ages 5-19, whether they live in a city, in a town or in the country. Kids can join a 4-H club, start their own business or take part in a county fair. There are lots of exciting activities including science and technology, learning about the environment, leadership activities and the performing arts. Contact MSU Extension-Oakland for further information at 248-858-0889.
The Junior Master Gardener Program is a six-week learning experience designed for Oakland County youth to learn about many areas of gardening and volunteer 10 hours of service to become Certified Junior Master Gardeners. The class is taught by Certified Master Gardeners. Call Carol Lenchek at 248-858-0900 for further information.