Briefly explain 4-H Youth Development?
4-H fosters life skills development through hands-on learning opportunities for youth. Caring volunteers contribute to positive youth development. Youth in grades 1 and 2 can be involved in “Mini 4-H,” while youth in grades 3-12 may be involved in the traditional 4-H program. A wide range of project choices are available that appeal to urban and rural youth. Junior Leaders are 4-H members in grades 7-12 that develop leadership through service learning. Teachers may take advantage of several school enrichment program options available for use in the classroom.