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 July 13, 2022
4-H members honored for their outstanding accomplishments in leadership, service and life skill development.
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.