Oregon State University

4-H Youth Development

Description: 
4-H helps young people learn and grow through an intentional process that builds competence, confidence, connection, compassion, and character. Currently, more than 100,000 young people across Oregon participate in 4-H. Leadership and oversight of 4-H at the local level is provided by a faculty member of Oregon State University who lives or works in the community they serve. The work of 4-H is accomplished through a network of 5000 volunteers, parents, and paid staff who conduct learning experiences in out-of-school, after-school, and in-school settings
Level(s)(grade levels, not elem-middle-high): 
K
Level(s)(grade levels, not elem-middle-high): 
1
Level(s)(grade levels, not elem-middle-high): 
2
Level(s)(grade levels, not elem-middle-high): 
3
Level(s)(grade levels, not elem-middle-high): 
4
Level(s)(grade levels, not elem-middle-high): 
5
Level(s)(grade levels, not elem-middle-high): 
6
Level(s)(grade levels, not elem-middle-high): 
7
Level(s)(grade levels, not elem-middle-high): 
8
Level(s)(grade levels, not elem-middle-high): 
9
Level(s)(grade levels, not elem-middle-high): 
10
Level(s)(grade levels, not elem-middle-high): 
11
Level(s)(grade levels, not elem-middle-high): 
12
Date/Time:: 
Tue, 01/01/2013 (All day) - Tue, 12/31/2013 (All day)
Season/term: 
Fall
Season/term: 
Spring
Season/term: 
Winter
Season/term: 
Summer
Residential (overnight) program?: 
Yes
Residential (overnight) program?: 
No
Parent/Family participation options?: 
Yes
Does the program qualify for Provost-sponsored staff background checks?: 
No
Contact Name: 
Pati
Contact Phone: 
541-737-1324
Contact Email: 
pati.craven@oregonstate.edu
Cost of program: 
Varies
Scholarships available: 
Yes
Scholarships available: 
No
College credit possible: 
No
On OSU Corvallis campus?: 
On

Contact Info

Precollege Programs
239 Covell Hall
Corvallis, Oregon 97331
phone: 541-737-6422
Email: precollege@oregonstate.edu
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