Duval County 4-H Clubs
Clubs are the foundation of 4-H. A 4-H club is a group of five or more youth guided by two level II background screened adult club leaders. A club can be any size--from a small group of kids from the same neighborhood to a large group of youth from within the county. A 4-H club has a planned program that is ongoing throughout all or most of the year and can meet in any location. Typically a club's members elect officers. 4-H clubs are organized and supported to provide community-based, positive, structured learning opportunities for youth during their developmental years.
Duval County 4-H has in school clubs, after school clubs, and community clubs for youth to join through-out the county. This link will give you details on clubs that are currently available to join.
Clover Awards are an awards system that recognizes all 4-Hers who participate for their achievements! The 4-H Project Report is a great way to document your project work and are completed by all 4-H Members. This links will give you access to all you need to know about completing Clover Awards and Project Reports.
Group leadership skills are practiced by 4-H youth through a county, district and state council system. A council is an elected representative group of 4-H members who meet, discuss, plan and assist in carrying out 4-H programs and activities of interest to the membership. This link will share information about different councils offered in 4-H.