Pennsylvania has more than 150 4-H projects to choose from. A project listing is available from the Extension Office. If you are interested in a project which a club is not currently offering, you can do the project as an independent study with your family, or perhaps start a new club with the assistance of your parents or other interested adult.
Community clubs draw youth living nearby. Members choose the projects they work on. Members of a community club participate in monthly club meetings as well as meeting with their project leaders to work on various projects.
Project clubs meet once a month on a yearly schedule. Their focus is a single project.
4-H projects may be offered at your school through 4-H school enrichment.
The Chester County 4-H Dairy Clubs focus on teaching members about dairy cattle.
Most horse clubs meet on a monthly basis. It is not necessary to own your own horse.
Most livestock clubs meet on a monthly basis. Members can own their own animals or just come to learn.
Contact the office for a list of available projects.
Periodically short term projects are available during the summer months
4-H Pony Partners is an equine facilitated learning program that provides students with introductory knowledge of horses while also developing life skills in communication, leadership, confidence, and self-esteem.