4-H Youth Development
Here in Kern County we have 33 different 4-H Clubs, with about 770 youth, and 370 adult volunteer leaders! We have clubs spread throughout our county, so chances are there is a club right near you!
Please click here if you'd like to learn more about the 4-H Program!
IMPORTANT Reminders for 4-H ENROLLMENT!
- You are not an ‘active’ member until you have re-enrolled AND paid. This means you are NOT covered by the 4-H insurance, if an accident were to happen.
- Leader’s will sit in a ‘pending’ status until they have paid, attended a New Leader Orientation, and completed their DOJ background check.
What's going on now!?
New Leader Orientation NOW ONLINE!!!
Our New Leader Orientation page is now UP AND RUNNING ONLINE! Any in person Orientations scheduled are now canceled, as it can now be accessed ONLINE anytime! Check on the "Becoming a New Leader" section in the menu on the left!!!
Food Safety Training Available ONLINE!
The State 4-H Office requires that every club have at least one 4-H leader trained in Food Safety. The more leaders in your club that are certified, the more convenient it is for your club. It is required that a certified volunteer is to be present at all bake sales/food booths to make sure proper food safety guidelines are handled. Food Safety trainings are available anytime online! Please visit the website below, and use the provided sign-in/user information:
Upcoming 4-H Events...
|State Fair Ethics Training Class||5/28/2013|
|4-H Leader's Council||5/28/2013|
|Project Medal Testing||5/30/2013|
|Emerald Star Applications DUE!!!||6/3/2013|
|Rabbit Member & Leader's Meeting||6/5/2013|
|4-H Rifle Match||6/15/2013|
|Calendar & Budget Planning Meeting||6/18/2013|
|Sheep Progress Show entries DUE!||6/19/2013|
Click here to the 2012-2013 download and print our County calendar! **Please note that some changes have been made to the calendar! All changes are marked in RED! Last Updated: 5/1/13