Community Clubs

Community Clubs

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Community Clubs are led by volunteer adult leaders who organize the club and serve as the key contact between the club and 4-H Office. Clubs are established where volunteers are available. As a result, there may not be clubs in every geographical area of the county. Adult leaders and members may join any club in the county. Most clubs hold monthly business meetings, with project meetings varying from club to club.

Santa Cruz County 4-H Clubs

How Do I Become A 4-H Volunteer?

4-H Center for Youth Development- The 4-H Center for Youth Development (CYD) fosters collaborations among UC Cooperative Extension professionals and UC campus-based scientists.

California 4-H Youth Development Program - Information on this website will provide you with 4-H information for the local, sectional, state, and national levels.

California State 4-H

University of California 4-H Affirmative Action Policy

University of California 4-H Policy Handbook

Updates From The California State 4-H Office

  Use Agreement Instructions

4-H General Club Meeting

Santa Cruz County 4-H Map