A 4-H Project is the foundation for 4-H club work. It is a planned sequence of age-appropriate and research-based learning opportunities. As a result of long-term active engagement in the project, youth gain knowledge and develop skills based on planned goals and identified outcomes. 4-H project work is guided by trained adults who help youth set goals and provide access to appropriate curricula and resources. There are over 75 project areas that 4-Hers can choose from. Specific project listings can be found in the 4-H Enrollment System. Broad project categories include: Animal Sciences, Environmental Sciences, Healthy Living, Science, Technology, Engineering & Math, and Youth Leadership.
The 4-H Project Resource List A to Z lists suggested curricula for 4-H project areas from Aerospace to Workforce Readiness. This resource list includes curricula titles, order numbers, and sources for various activity and reference guides by project area.
Shop 4-H is the official 4-H store. Their mission is to provide affordable, high quality supplies & educational materials.
All state program and contest forms can be found on the University of Maryland Extension 4-H Youth Development website.
All Cecil County 4-H specific program information and resources can be found on the Cecil County 4-H Program Information & Resources webpage and animal science information can be found on the Cecil County 4-H Animal Science Information webpage.