Hall County 4-H
4-H provides fun, hands-on learning experiences with programs developed and provided by UNL faculty and 4-H volunteers through local County Extension Offices.
Did you know:
- 4-H is the largest out-of-school youth organization with over
seven million youth members!
- 4-H has been around over 100 years!
For more information, check out our Hall County 4-H homepage.
Explore - Create - Learn
Kids College is a fun, educational program for children ages 5 and up. Classes start in May and run through July. Come join the fun!
Kids College classes offer a wide range of experiences for children. Many basic life skills are taught including sewing, cooking, self-defense, recycling and more. Learn ceramics, pottery, photography and build a solar car. And that’s not all! Make a color wheel, do science experiments, go fishing and explore your heritage. Practice archery, BB gun or teach your dog how to behave. Explore, create and learn!
What are 4-H School Enrichment Programs?
School enrichment programs are learning experiences offered to students during school hours by local 4-H educators. These programs are designed to enhance the subject matter being studied in the classroom, provide hands-on education, introduce a new topic to students, or spark a new interest!
The 4-H school enrichment program is a great way to connect and collaborate with your local Extension office and achieve your classroom educational goals. Our current programs focus on STEM, Agricultural Literacy, and Entrepreneurship.
The cost to your classroom is minimal. Click here for more detailed information on our current 4-H school enrichment programs. We look forward to working with you and your students!