Enrollment for the 2016-2017 4-H Year is Now Open

NEW 4-H FAMILY ENROLLMENT

  • NEW families enrolling in 4-H instructions, click here
  • Membership fees should be given to your respective clubs (Clubs will be invoiced at the end of the month), or dropped of the Ext. Office to expedite your membership status from "pending" to "active".
  • If you are enrolling in only rifle, archer, and/or pistol projects, you must join the respective interest group(s) listed under "club". If you are enrolling in any other 4-H project, you must join a community club.

***Please read instructions first***

enroll here

 

RETURNING 4-H FAMILY ENROLLMENT
  • Re-enrollment instructions, click here
  • Membership fees should be given to your respective clubs (Clubs will be invoiced at the end of the month), or dropped of the Ext. Office to expedite your membership status from "pending" to "active".
  • If you are enrolling in only rifle, archer, and/or pistol projects, you must join the respective interest group(s) listed under "club". If you are enrolling in any other 4-H project, you must join a community club.

***Please read instructions first*** 

enroll here

 


 

About 4-H

4-H is the nation's largest positive youth development and youth mentoring organization, empowering six million young people in the U.S.

In partnership with 110 universities, 4-H life changing programs are research-backed & available through 4-H clubs, camps, afterschool & school enrichment programs in every county & parish in the U.S.

4-H is the youth development program of our nation's Cooperative Extension System & USDA.

 

Montana 4-H is the youth development program of Montana State University Extension and is the largest, out-of-school youth development program in the state, reaching about 25,000 youth in all counties each year. In 4-H, if you can dream it, you can do it! 4-H offers more than 100 different projects and learning experiences that actively engage while having fun. 4-H, projects rely on trained adult volunteers who work with youth as a partner and resource for learning. There are opportunities, from learning how to cook or sew to raising an animal, camping, and everything in between. 4-H offers youth a wide range of choices and opportunities. 

 


 

The 4-H Motto

"To make the best better." was proposed in 1927 by Miss Carrie Harrison, botanist in the Bureau of Plant Industry, and was adopted by the leaders.


The 4-H Colors

The official colors of 4-H are green and white. Green is nature's most common color and stands for springtime, life, youth and growth. White symbolizes purity and high ideals.


The 4-H Slogan

"Learn by doing."