Rhode Island 4-H has opportunities for children and teens ages 5 to 18, adult volunteers, and community organizations. Our programs focus on science, health, and developing life skills.
Kids and teens: Three ways to get involved
Rhode Island 4-H has long- and short-term programs on a variety of topics from animal care to public speaking. There are three ways to get involved:
Community clubs: These meet monthly for an hour or two a week. Take a look at our list of community club options, and contact the leader associated with that club.
Project clubs: These are short-term clubs usually meeting for six-to-eight weeks and dedicated to a specific project. Contact Kristina Horan, for more information.
Independent memberships: For youth who are unable to join a community or project club, independent membership may be an option. As an independent member, a child or teen works on a project of their choice and may participate in all state and district 4-H events and programs. Contact Kristina Horan, for more information.
Enroll today through Zsuites
Training sessions are held throughout the year for individuals who wish to volunteer. Get started today! To begin:
- Enroll through the Zsuites Online 4-H System o llenar una solicitud de voluntario .
- Zsuite is the computer registration program that RI 4-H uses to track membership. You can register and manage your children and adult memberships right from home!
The University of Rhode Island (URI) encourages all people to participate in its programs and activities. If you anticipate needing any type of accommodation or have questions about accessibility inclusion, please contact email@example.com.
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Contact must be made at least five (5) business days in advance of the date of required services or anticipated participation. Interpretation and accommodation services are offered at no cost and are available upon request. If requests are received after this date, we might not have enough time to make the necessary arrangements.