4-H Youth Development

4-H is a community of young people across the country learning leadership, citizenship and life skills. Summit County 4-H provides a wide range of youth development activities, from fly fishing and mountain biking to rocketry, robotics and other STEM programs. Learn more about Summit County 4-H.

4-H Enrollment

The new enrollment year begins October 24. Enroll for 2016-17 and get an entire year of 4-H clubs, activities, programs, community service projects, field trips, exhibit days and more for just $45. Get all the details on Summit County 4-H enrollment.
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Summit County 4-H Updates 
Summit County 4-H updates are sent out periodically to members, volunteer leaders and parents. These updates contains information on events, projects, meetings and other news. To receive the 4-H updates, email Kathie.kralik@summitcountyco.gov

Latest Summit County 4-H Update (pdf) 

4-H Projects and Programs


Summit County 4-H provides a wide variety of fun, educational projects and programs. Learn more about the projects we offer.

Volunteer Leaders for Summit County 4-H 

Summit County 4-H is recruiting new volunteer leaders who would enjoy sharing a hobby, skill or interest with children and teens ages 5 to 18. We are seeking volunteers who could provide instruction in visual arts, camping, sewing, photography, cooking, STEM programs, hiking and more. Learn more about becoming a 4-H Volunteer Leader.

Related Links and Resources

Summit County 4-H Welcome and Expectations (pdf)
Summit County 4-H Welcome - Spanish (pdf)
Colorado 4-H Youth Development Policy Guide
Colorado 4-H Impact Study

4-H Community Supporters

Summit County 4-H thanks our community supporters for their continued dedication to Summit County youth. If your organization would like to support Summit County 4-H, contact Kathie Kralik at Kathie.Kralik@SummitCountyCO.gov or 970-668-4142.

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