4-H Youth Development
Clemson Extension agents with primary Youth Development responsibilities work closely with state extension specialists and researchers located on campus and at the various research and education centers located across the state. They provide expertise in topics including animal agriculture and veterinary science, natural resources and the environment, gardening, leadership and citizenship, personal growth and development, and science, engineering and technology.
Robin Currence 803-385-6181, x 113 (office) 803-209-0538 (cell) firstname.lastname@example.org
Note: The 4-H year runs September 1 through August 31.
South Carolina 4-H Volunteer Newsletter
Please let us know if you wish to be added or removed from the Chester County 4-H newsletter mail/email list.
4-H Clubs: Members of an organized group of youth, led by an adult, with a planned program that is carried on throughout all or most of the year. 4-H clubs may meet in any location and typically have elected officers and a set of bylaws approved by the membership to govern the club. Standard 4-H clubs involve youth, ages 9-19, and focus on in-depth learning of one or more projects. 4-H Cloverbud Clubs provide youth, ages 5-8, with an introduction to 4-H in a non-competitive environment. 4-H clubs might meet in the community, on military installations, in schools during school hours, as well as in school age child care settings after school.
Chester County 4-H Horse Club
Gaston Farm 4-H Club
Techno Kids First Lego League Team
Junior First Lego League Team
Chester County 4-H Robotics Club
4-H Cafe' Kids
Great Falls 4-H Club
4-H Rocket Club
Chester County 4-H Shooting Sports
BLAAST for Teens
Youth Science Team
4-H Cooking with Books
School Clubs and Enrichment
4-H School Enrichment programs: Groups of youth receiving a sequence of learning experiences in cooperation with school officials during school hours, to support school curricula. It involves direct teaching by Extensinon staff or trained volunteers, including teachers.
4-H School Aged Child Care Educational Programs: Educational programs offered to youth outside of school hours, usually in a school or other community center and incorporating 4-H curricula. Youth who are members of 4-H clubs in school age child care settings are considered members of organized 4-H clubs.
In-School Embryology Project (incubator and eggs)
- Opportunity available to certain grades
- Contact us if you would like to set up this project with an incubator and eggs. $10 fee includes fertilized eggs, use of incubator, and initial presentation.
- Incubators and turners must be cleaned before returning
Let us know if your class or school wants to have a 4-H club for this year!
4-H Special Interest/Short Term Projects: Groups of youth meeting for a specific learning experience that involves direct teaching by Extension staff or trained volunteers, including teachers. Generally lasts for a short period of time (weeks or
Wildlife Food Plot Project (August deadline)
Small Garden Project (April deadline)
Dairy Heifer Project (February deadline)
Meat Goat Project (May deadline)
Pullet Project (March deadline)
Laying Flock Project (May deadline)
Backyard Rabbit Project (POSSIBILITY)
4-H/FFA Swine Project
Summer Programs and Camps
4-H Camp: Youth taking part in an Extension planned educational experience of group living in the outdoors. Overnight camping includes being away from home at least one night (resident or tent camping) and is not restricted to members of organized 4-H clubs. Day camping consists of multiple-day programs, with returning home each evening.
Hog on the Hill (first Saturday in May)
If you are interested in volunteering with Chester County 4-H, or any club in particular, please contact us at 803-385-6181, Ext. 113; 803-209-0538; or email@example.com.
Volunteer Registration Form
Volunteer Background Check
Volunteer Release Form
Volunteer Disclosure Statement
Child Abuse Prevention Training
Parent Inventory Form
Club Compliance Form
Club Charter Application
4-H Membership Form
Club Treasurer's Handbook
Club Secretary's Handbook
Club Constitution Template