4-H Youth Development
4-H Youth Development Agent
FACS Extension Agent
Sharon Springs Office
Livestock Production Agent
St Francis Office
The 4-H year begins October 1 and ends September 30 of the following year.
- Members live in towns, in the country, and on farms. 4-H is open to all youth regardless of race, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, or disability.
- Kansas 4-H Youth Development has a policy for open enrollment. Eligible youth may enroll in Kansas 4-H Youth Development programs at any time of the year.
- Youth wanting to join must be 7 years old and not older than 18 as of December 31 of the new year in order to be eligible for 4-H. 4-H members who are selected as winners in late summer or fall, and who turn 19 before January 1, cannot compete in state or national contests, awards, or recognition programs.
- Youth ages 5—6 years old prior to January 1 of the current 4-H year are eligible to participate in the Cloverbuds project which is offered through the 4-H clubs. Cloverbuds members are encouraged to attend Cloverbuds county-wide project meetings. (See Cloverbuds Section for policies.)
- Some of your questions may be answered in Frequently Asked Questions
- Add a New Family Member
- Add a Club
- Add a Project
- Add/Edit/Delete Club Leadership
- Add/Edit/Delete Project Leadership
- Change Clubs
- Edit a Family Profile
- Edit or Delete a Project
- Handle a Declined Online Payment
- Mail a Kansas 4-H Program Fee Check Payment
- Print 4-H Enrollment History
- Print an Enrollment Invoice
- Set Up or Remove Text Messaging Capabilities
- Complete Volunteer Orientation Trainings
- COVID restrictions until March 20
- 4-H Club Officer and Leader Resources
- County Club Days Information Page for 2021
- Information on Discovery Days, Citizenship, and more on our 4H> Event page
- Member/Parent Code of Conduct
- Volunteer Code of Conduct
- State 4H
- 4H Record Book Forms
- National Links
- 4H participation Forms
- Club Leaders Page
- 4-H Projects
We would love to have you as a Volunteer Project Leader! Do you have a knowledge you could share with youth? If you would like to be a 4-H Volunteer Project Leader in your county, contact your local extension office. Project Leaders may have from 1 to many meetings to help instruct members.