Today's Featured Sites
Working with Youth with Special Needs
Resources for working with youth with special needs.
Illinois 4-H Foundation
The Illinois 4-H Foundation raises funds from individuals, corporations, and organizations that supplement state and county 4-H programs
Cultivating knowledge for purposeful living, students learn through literature, art, humanities, and throughout the existing school curriculum the benefits and consequences of behavior.
Discover scripts for common 4-H ceremonies.
Becoming 4-H Savvy
Basic information for volunteers about the ins and outs of 4-H.
The most commonly asked questions about 4-H.
Learn how to plan, implement, and evaluate community service projects in 4-H Clubs.
Quality Assurance and Ethics Certification
Website for 4-H and FFA youth to completed the Quality Assurance and Ethics Certification.
Illinois State Fair Premium Books
The place to go to see the Illinois State Fair premium books online.
Illinois 4-H State Fair Online
Contribute to a collection of videos and maps on the internet that show the broader public what 4-H youth are learning and doing in their communities.
Illinois 4-H Shooting Sports
Illinois 4-H Shootings sports provides experiences for youth in archery, rilfe and shotgun sports.
4-H Memorial Camp
The 4-H Memorial camp website includes general information about camp in Monticello, the various summer and specialty programs, facility rental information, as well as information about applying to work at the camp.
All About 4-H
All About 4-H is a terrific resource for 4-H volunteers, parents and youth!
I Think Green
The I Think Green Program engages youth in investigating how living things interact with each other and with their environment.
This site provides youth and adults the opportunity to quiz themselves about dairy, beef, horses, sheep and forages.
Social and Emotional Learning
Social and emotional learning refers to both a core set of competencies and a process of learning whereby adults and youth learn the skills, attitudes and values to manage themselves, their relationships and their tasks effectively and ethically.
4-H Special Interest Club
A 4-H SPIN club is a special interest club where five or more young people learn about a topic of interest. Topics vary and include interests, such as nature, heritage arts, science, engineering, gardening, technology, and more.