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ABOUT 4-H

4-H is the nation’s largest positive youth development and youth mentoring organization. The 4-H organization consists of youth ranging in age from 5-18 years old participating in activities in schools, after-school programs, community-based events, and traditional club settings.

In the state of Hawaii, programming focuses on the three national mission mandates of Healthy Living, Science and Citizenship.

4-H Clubs incorporate a variety of projects that fall under those topics such as Cooking Skills (Healthy Living), Robotics (Science), and the 4-H History Project (Citizenship.)

Special Interest programs (SPIN) are shorter in length than traditional year-long clubs and focus on a specific topic area. View the graphic to the right for current opportunities and ideas.

 

CONTACT

Nancy Ooki
Traditional/SPIN Clubs

ooki@hawaii.edu      
(808) 244-3242 ext. 225
Kyle Caires
Livestock Clubs

kccaires@hawaii.edu   
(808) 244-3242 ext. 232

New to 4-H?

Watch the video "Learn LIke a 4-Her" below to see how the experiential learning model works.

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NEWS

Screen Shot of NASA Website4-H National Headquarters has collaborated with NASA to develop Expeditionary Skills for Life. The lesson plans focus on skills such as cultural competency, self-care / team care, leadership / followership, and teamwork. 

Get “Expedition ready” with lessons at:  https://www.nasa.gov/audience/foreducators/stem-on-station/expeditionary-skills-for-life.html

"4-H is a community of young people across America
learning leadership, citizenship, and life skills."

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