From animal care to microbiology to welding, 4-H has something to offer your family this summer. These interactive opportunities are designed to help youth to grow in a specific area of study or to try something new.
Topics include: animal care, microbiology, photography, sewing, survival science, and welding. The various workshops or camps have a fun, hands-on approach to build knowledge and skills. A multi-session program provides more intense training, while single-session workshops focus on a specific project.
Youth do not need to be current 4-H members to register. To learn more, visit go.illinois.edu/summer 4Hdkk.
If you need a reasonable accommodation to participate in this program, contact your local University of Illinois Extension office.
Early requests are strongly encouraged to allow sufficient time for meeting your access needs.