About St. Joseph County 4-H
Now Hiring - 4-H Youth and Development Educator
As a 4-H Youth Development Educator, you will help young people see themselves as unique, resilient, life-long learners who actively participate in their own future - setting personal goals and practicing self-determination. 4-H Youth Development Educators work with community partners to create and develop educational opportunities centered on science, citizenship and healthy living.Apply Today!
Each club has a club coordinator who is responsible for setting up club meeting times and locations. Although the majority of the 4-H clubs in St. Joseph County are named by township, 4-H members are not required to join their township club. Rather, members are free to choose which club they would like to join.
All 4-H members enrolled in these livestock projects: Beef, Dairy, Dairy Feeder, Goats, Lambs, Poultry, Rabbits, and Swine will need to participate in the YQCA program in order to be able to show at the St. Joseph County 4-H Fair and/or the Indiana State Fair.
Read our handbook for information on county projects, contact information, and much more!See all state projects
Mini 4-H is a program designed to encourage positive development of children, Kindergarten through second grade. St. Joseph County supports the mission of Mini 4-H by offering children the opportunities to gain new friendships, explore their curiosities in finding out the way in which things work, practice motor skills, and working with others.Learn More