University of Maryland Extension

4-H School Enrichment

Your local 4-H Educator can provide the organizational and resource tools necessary to start and sustain your 4-H school enrichment program.


  •     Is nationally recognized in youth development and education
  •     Recieves strong local, state and national support
  •     Provides easy to use research-based experiential curriculum materials
  •     Has professionally trained faculty and staff through the University of Maryland  
  •     Has successful partnerships worldwide!
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Signature School  Enrichment Programs:

Science of Maryland Agriculture

  •     Close Encounters with Agriculture
  •     Kids Growing with Grains
  •     AGsploration
  •     Goods from the Woods Ag in the Classroom
  •     Farm Safety
  •     Acres of Adventures


  • Chick Embryology
  • Plant Sciences Down-to-Earth
  • Butterfly Wings
  • Electricity
  • Robotics
  • Kitchen Science
  • In-Touch Science
  • Environmental Science
  • Goods from the Woods

Grow It, Eat It

  •     Junior Master Gardener
  •     Up for the Challenge
  •     Growing Healthy Habits
  •     Nutrition Nuggets
  •     7-3-3-1
  •     Healthy Lifestyle

Workforce Readiness

  •     Finance
  •     Entrepreneurship
  •     Reading Makes Cents
  •     Workforce Preparation
  •     Leadership
  •     Citizenship

Please call us at 410-887-8090 for more information.

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