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South Carolina 4-H
Clemson University Cooperative Extension 4-H Youth Development uses a learn-by-doing approach to help youth gain the knowledge and skills to be responsible, productive and contributing members of society. This mission is accomplished by creating safe and inclusive learning environments, the involvement of caring adults, and utilizing the expertise and resources of Clemson University and the nationwide land-grant university system.
South Carolina 4-H and Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Update April 28, 2020
South Carolina 4-H has received many calls and emails regarding summer programs, such as camps and state events. We are happy to hear that so many of you are planning to attend our programs and/or events this coming summer. However, in light of a recent directive of Clemson University, all in-person, statewide 4-H programs must be canceled through August 8. While we understand the disappointment you feel related to this decision, please know that the safety and health of our 4-H members, families, volunteers, and employees are always our highest priority. We will continue to determine ways we can provide valuable opportunities for engagement through virtual experiences; so, stay tuned! Although statewide experiences are canceled, we plan to provide local 4-H programming as possible in alignment with the state’s reopening process.
We have also put together an article on "Why No 4-H Meetings and Events?" Please take a minute to read it to help keep you, your family, and your club family safe.
Continue Learning at Home Resources
Are you looking for ideas to help your youth to continue to learn while at home? Check out the Activities to Do at Home page.
South Carolina's 4-H Annual Report - 2019. To find out more of what 4-H is doing in South Carolina, click on the picture of the report.