In partnership with the Indiana 4-H Foundation, the Indiana 4-H Youth Development Program annually awards more than $122,000.00 in scholarships to 4-H members to pursue post-secondary education. Scholarships are awarded to recognize youth participating in Indiana's 4-H Youth Development Program on their achievements and life skill development resulting from their participation in a variety of 4-H experiences. Applications must be submitted online through 4HOnline by January 25, 2017 Deadline.
Calling all aspiring 4-H artists! Share your artwork and it could be featured in an upcoming 2017 4-H Youth Artwork calendar! All forms of media are accepted - photography, painting, drawings, sculpture - just upload an image of your work of art!
The 4-H Horse and Pony Project provides youth with valuable information about properly caring for their animal. Meetings and activities (such as workshops, horse bowl, & Hippology) provide youth with a fun and hands-on learning experience which develops both horse & pony subject skills (such as nutrition, housing, and health care) and life skills (such as responsibility, decision-making, nurturing, and communications). Skills are learned under the direction of caring adults.
The two-day Beginner's Guide to Grant Writing program is a great skill builder for the beginner or intermediate grant writer. Whatever your skill level, come with an idea and be ready to write. At the end of Day One, you will have a proposal outline and all of the resources you need to expand your outline into a full proposal.
Do Your Own Thing is a county project. The purpose of this project is to allow Pulaski County 4-H members to express themselves by either taking an existing 4-H project and modifying it to their own interests or developing a new project that is not currently offered in 4-H.
The NEW 2016 Suggested Garden Exhibits Guide (4-H-970-W) is now posted online at https://www.edustore.purdue.edu/item.asp?Item_Number=4-H-970-W.
Mini 4-H is a fun and educational program designed to help build self-esteem by
providing youth the opportunity to learn and be recognized through noncompetitive
experiential learning. It also helps develop an interest in continuing
into the 4-H program. Pulaski County Mini 4-H members are those enrolled in grades 1 and 2 on January of the current year, regardless of age.