Virginia 4-H Military Clubs

Funded by 4-H Military Partnership Grant

​​​​Virginia 4-H

  • Age of Youth Participants:           Ages 5-18
  • 4-H Program Locations:                  All counties, most cities, and 11    military installations with 14 sites
  • 4-H Program Areas:                           Civic Engagement                              Healthy Living                                       STEM & Agriculture

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Empowering Teens During COVID-19

Reach out to grandparents and other other family that may be feeling alone or isolated. Teach them to Facetime or use other platforms that can help you stay connected.

New and Engaging Ways to Involve Youth in 4-H              Throughout the COVID-19 Pandemic, Virginia 4-H has found new and engaging ways to educate youth to include:

  • online activities
  • video conferencing
  • telephone guidance
  • and more

To learn more about how to get involved in 4-H, visit your local   4-H program'swebpage, follow them on social media, and look at the Virginia 4-H Facebook and Instagram pages.

Cooperative Extension Links For Military Families

Goal of 4-H Military Partnerships:

Military readiness through 4-H positive youth development for youth, families, and communities.

​All Virginia 4-H Summer Camps Are Canceled Due to COVID-19.  To protect the health and well-being of 4-H campers and the general public, in-person Virginia  4-H summer camps, both residential and day, are canceled this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.  Click here for the full statement.  

Get Connected to 4-H  

For more than 80 years, Virginia 4-H camping has been a proven and effective method of teaching life skills.  Each of the six 4-H Educational centers has achieved American Camp Association (ACA) accreditation. Read more . . .

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5 Ways to Keep Kids Engaged & Learning at Home 

Communities across American are experiencing school closures which can be a stressful time for families.  ​Here are five 4-H resources that will aid families in maintaining some sense of normalcy and make sure kids don't get off track with their daily development.

​​1. Inspire Kids To Do

2. Family Fun First

3. Take The Homeschooling Approach 

4. Create Your Own Learning Lab

5. Combat Cabin Fever With Mindfulness 


A collaboration of military and land grant university partners .

​​Did You Know?.

  • According to the Virginia Department of Education, Virginia has over 80,000 school age military connected youth.
  • Virginia has the highest number of military school-aged children in the nation.

The Virginia 4-H Military Partnership provides intentional learning experiences to help military-connected youth develop life skills needed to cope with military life as well as succeed in life and career.

​As military families move frequently and experience the difficulties surrounding deployment and reintegration, 4-H provides predictable programming and a safe and nurturing environment.  Knowing their children are in quality programs, service members can better focus on mission readiness.

4-H Helps Young People Excel Beyond Their Peers

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Military 4-H Partnerships are supported by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Institute of Food and Agriculture, 4-H Headquarters; U.S. Army Child, Youth and School Services; U.S. Air Force Child and Youth Programs; U.S. Navy Child and Youth Programs; and Virginia Cooperative Extension 4-H Program (Virginia Tech and Virginia State University) through grant funding at Kansas State University.