4-H Youth Development

4-H Youth Development

​​​​​​​​4-H is a learn-by-doing, fun, educational program designed to help youth in their growth and development and to compliment experiences received at home, school and other organizations.  With the help of caring adult volunteers, 4-H clubs help young people gain the skills they need to be successful.  ​​​​​​​

There are currently approximately 50 4-H clubs in Oakland County where members work with a large variety of project areas.    A 4-H project can focus on just about any subject as long as there are interested youth and a screened volunteer willing to teach.  Some examples of current Oakland County 4-H club project focus areas include aerospace, community service, horses, science and technology and special needs programs. Click ​here to open a printable list of current Oakland County 4-H clubs. 

Click on the Oakland County map on this page to identify the location of our current 4-H clubs.  This 4-H club map is interactive and searchable by location or focus area.  To view this interactive map you will need to use Internet Explorer (version 9 or higher) or choose Firebox, Chrome, Opera or Safari as your browser.

 4-H Resources

Following are some useful links for current 4-H members that may also be of interest for future participants.

Directions to our office
​4-H Resources, Forms & Downloads4-H Photos & Videos
4-H Upcoming Events & Workshops4-H Tech Wizards
4-H Oakland County Connection newsletterLearn about 4-H project areas
4-H Today national newsletterBecome a 4-H Volunteer
Oakland County FairPartnering with 4-H
4-H Information for Parents4-H Merchandise

If you have any questions about joining or starting a 4-H club, please call our office at 248-858-0889.

To enroll in the Oakland County 4-H Youth Development program 4-H member forms will need to be completed.