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You'll have hundreds of project areas to choose from - like shooting sports, physical fitness, robotics, cooking, photography, rocketry, public speaking, citizenship, livestock showing, horse, performance arts, fabrics and fashions and hundreds of others. You will also get to meet many new friends. 4-H helps youth learn leadership skills with projects that is of interest to them. There's a club meeting close to you. Call us today and get involved in 4-H!



  • What is 4-H?

    4-H is the largest youth organization in the nation, open to youth grades 3rd - 12th grades and administered by the OSU Extension. Through 4-H, youth learn valuable life skills that enable them to grow into productive citizens. Through hands-on learning opportunities in many different areas of interest, youth develop critical thinking skills, gain self-confidence, set and achieve goals, and learn responsibility.

  • 4-H Mission

    The mission of the 4-H Youth Development Program is to provide Oklahoma youth, families, and communities with educational programs which will create environments for diverse audiences of youth and adults to reach their fullest potential by developing and enhancing skills for living.

  • 4-H Pledge

    I pledge...

    my head to clearer thinking,

    my heart to greater loyalty,

    my hands to larger service, and

    my health to better living for

    my club, my community,

    my country, and my world.

  • 4-H Motto

    "To Make the Best Better"

  • 4-H Clubs

    We have many clubs in Oklahoma County and you will find that we have a club that will meet the needs of your family. 4-H offers many opportunities for youth and families to learn new things, make new friends, participated in leadership roles, and community service. Our programs encourage family involvement through club participation, taking the leadership for a club educational program, or providing snacks. The cost of enrollment is $20 per child, not to exceed $60 per family. Some clubs will also ask for a participation fee to cover annual program expenses.

    Club List


  • 4-H Volunteers
    • Prospective volunteers must fill make a profile on  and complete a background check issued by Oklahoma County 4-H. 
    • Information is then requested from three references provided by the potential volunteer (preferably one personal character, one work-related, and one family member).
    • For volunteers who intend to drive youth as part of their role, verification of a valid driver's license and proof of auto liability insurance must be provided annually. Drivers must be at least 21 years of age.
    • Prospective volunteers will be informed on the decision of their application.
  • Project Areas

    4-H offers a variety of projects to spark the interests of all children. Most 4-H'ers are involved with multiple projects at a time. Here are a few popular project areas in Oklahoma County:


    The Apparel Design & Construction project allows youth to gain the skills and knowledge needed to construct, re-purpose and modify clothing and accessories. The 4-H ATV project allows youth to gain knowledge about all terrain vehicles (ATV) including safe operation, proper equipment, environmental stewardship and maintenance. The 4-H Beef Project allows youth to study and learn about all aspects of the beef industry. The 4-H childcare project allows youth to understand and appreciate how children grow and develop. The Citizenship Project encourages and empowers young people to be actively engaged in local, county and state government. The food science project allows youth to learn basic food preparation and preservation skills. 
    • The Horse Project provides youth with opportunities to learn topics within the horse industry including horse care, management, nutrition, behavior, training and selection.
    • State Horse Show Rulebook
    The Leadership Project helps youth identify and understand roles, attitudes, tasks and functions of effective leadership.   The Public Speaking Project allows youth the opportunity to express themselves through verbal communication.  4-H shooting sports is a hands-on program using firearms and archery equipment to teach safety, respect and life skills while inspiring participation in lifelong recreational activities.   The 4-H Swine Project gives youth the opportunity to learn about all aspects of the swine industry.


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