Young people who are a part of 4-H have the opportunity to explore all types of science, health, and citizenship programming delivered through 4-H clubs and camps, as well as afterschool and in-school.
- Kent County Clubs by city
- If you would like to start your own club you should check with your county 4-H Youth Educator Doug Crouse or Kristin Cook.
Kent County operates afterschool programs in a variety of schools and communities.
For more information visit the State 4-H Afterschool Program site.
- Animal Science Resources, Forms and Information can be found on the state 4-H website.
- Animal Science Calendar [pdf]
- For more information about 4-H animal science programs,
please contact Susan Garey, firstname.lastname@example.org or (302) 730-4000.
Embryology, or the process of hatching chicks from eggs, is a fun, hands-on learning experience for children. This program teaches students about science and respect for life. For more information on bringing the Embryology Project to your school contact Kristin Cook at email@example.com.
Operation Military Kids
OMK is a statewide 4-H program housed here in Kent County, because of its close proximity to Dover Air Force Base, that supports youth in military families. The program is open to children associated with all branches of service. For more information visit the OMK program website.