National Collegiate 4-H

National 4-H Week

National 4-H Week is October 7-13, 2007.

National 4-H Week is held annually as a time to celebrate, promote and share the 4-H movement!  This year will highlight 4-H’s work in science, engineering, and technology.  We hope that all clubs will join the national movement to learn more about what is in store nationally for 4-H SET (science, engineering, and technology).

To learn more about National 4-H Week, gain ideas on how to participate, or find National 4-H Week resources, tips, and logos: please visit the National 4-H Week Kit on the 4-H Brand Network provided by the National 4-H Council. The 4-H Brand Network is for 4-H advocates of all ages. Whether you are a Collegiate 4-H member, 4-H member, volunteer, staff or alumni, if you are interested in promoting 4-H, then the 4-H Brand Network website is the place to start.

The Collegiate 4-H Advocacy Team has created some additional materials for Collegiate 4-H clubs to use to celebrate National 4-H Week.  These materials will be available in late August, but for now, please start thinking about ways your club can celebrate, share and advocate the 4-H program!

Tell us what your Collegiate 4-H Club is doing to participate (or gain some ideas from others)!


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Check out the rest of our website to learn about these college students who volunteer with 4-H, teach leadership lessons to younger youth, and provide service in their communities.

National 4-H Week Resources for Collegiate 4-H

  • Ideas for Collegiate 4-H club participation
  • Flyer for Collegiate 4-H clubs template
  • Booth template
  • Public Service Announcment
  • Graphics

National 4-H Week Frequently Asked Questions