Our 4-H S.T.E.A.M. Youth Development programs provide education that create youth pathways to success in the areas of individual & group projects; local & county fairs; state & national trips; science fairs; and a variety of day, week, weekend, & resident camps. These program areas are all aligned with the 4-H mission mandates; citizenship, healthy living, and science. These program areas compliment the 4-H focus areas of head, heart, hands, and health to provide youth diverse opportunities for development of their social, citizenship, leadership, and critical thinking skills through the world of Science, Technology, Engineering, Agriculture, and Math.
4-H Guide (PDF)
Creating Youth Pathways to Success
4-H S.T.EA.M Youth Development (Grades 6 to 8)
In-School & After-School Program:Fosters positive youth development that is based on the needs and strengths of youth, their families, and communities.
Discovery Day Camp: (K to Grade 5)
Introduces kids to science and agriculture with fun activities.
Seed To Bloom Ag-STEM Institute/Camp(Grades 6 to 8)
Addresses the importance of agriculture and the role it plays to provide food and fiber.
Research and Extension Apprentice Program (REAP)/Camp: (Grades 9 to 12)
Engages youth by sharing the latest technological advances in agriculture, life sciences, family and consumer science and human development.
CSUE will work with schools, community organizations, youth associations and more to offer clubs, summer camps, and individualized programming to meet all of their needs.
Adult 4-H volunteers may serve as club or project leaders as well as sit on committees or boards.