4-H Youth Development

Four children smilingClemson 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.

Local Agent

Ginger Bowen, 864-596-2993 Ext 116, mbwn@clemson.edu




  • Volunteers needed to assist with 4-H Clubs already formed
  • Volunteers needed to start new 4-H Clubs (areas of interest, gardening, nutrition and animals)


  • Beef Club
  • Anderson Mill Afterschool - Pet Pal Club
  • Green Thumbs Club
  • Lone Oak Elementary School Club
  • Boiling Springs Intermediate Afterschool - Pet Pal Club #1
  • Boiling Springs Intermediate Afterschool - Pet Pal Club #2
  • Pauline Glenn Springs Elementary School - Health/Nutrition Club
  • Woodruff Elementary School - Garden Club
  • Woodruff Elementary School - Pet Pal Club
  • Cliftdale Elementary School - Pet Pal Club


4-H club work with youth between the ages of 5 and 19 - In-School Clubs, After-School Clubs, Community Clubs and Special Interest Clubs

Visit the state-wide 4-H website.