Aside from the benefits you get just from being in 4-H, you may also have opportunities to earn scholarships for college as a result of your 4-H participation. 4-H Scholarships gives you the details on what’s available, eligibility requirements and how to apply.
4-H Recognition Program
Whether you are a youth participant or a 4-H volunteer, there are many opportunities to be recognized for your good work in 4-H, whether with a certificate, plaque, medal or cash award. 4-H Recognition Program tells you the ways you may be recognized, what’s necessary to be eligible and how to apply, if necessary.
Published on June 14, 2022
Mark of Excellence essays portray learning experiences of 4-H members.
Published on February 11, 2022
In 2016, Suzanne Threadgould created an endowment in honor of her husband’s life and career with Michigan 4-H. Recently, she made an IRA charitable required minimum distribution gift to grow the fund, increasing the impact for generations to come.
Published on August 26, 2021
Huron County 4-H’er Addy Stuever Battel and Eaton County 4-H’er Jael Tombaugh rewarded for their selfless efforts.
Published on August 18, 2021
After graduating from Central Michigan University in spring 2021, Mecosta County 4-H alum Kiara Cushway sent a follow-up letter thanking Mecosta County 4-H once again for her 4-H scholarship, citing 4-H for helping in her educational and career choices.
Published on July 21, 2021
4-H members honored for their outstanding accomplishments in leadership, service and life skill development.