Osceola County 4-H Youth Development
4‑H empowers young people with the skills to lead for a lifetime by taking a learn-by-doing approach. It’s a research-based experience that involves a mentor, a hands-on project, and a meaningful leadership opportunity. In Osceola County, we reach over 700 youth in school and community clubs, in-school and after-school programs, and 4-H camps. Based on interests and guided by adult mentors, 4-H youth actively participate in projects, events, and activities at the county, district, state, and even national levels!
Osceola County 4-H is for youth ages 5-18. Find more information about the 4-H program, information for new members and current members, and how to enroll.
Osceola County 4-H is led by volunteers who serve as club leaders, co-leaders, and role models for youth. Find information about the 4-H program, how to become a volunteer, and resources for current volunteers.
If you're an educator looking for fun, innovative, and impactful activities for your students, bring the 4-H program to your classroom! Find information about in-school and after-school clubs, home school opportunities, and School Enrichment programs.