Welcome to the Yavapai County 4-H Website. 4-H gives youth that extra edge for life success by offering numerous opportunities to develop leadership, responsibility, citizenship and other life skills. 4-H helps develop competent, caring and actively engaged citizens who strengthen Arizona communities. Through our research-based curriculum and university ties, 4-H opens a world of possibilities to youth and their parents who want to explore their interests. 4-H is the largest youth organization in the United States and is open to youth ages 5-19. Youth can participate in a wide-range of hands-on projects from aerospace science, shooting sports, animal husbandry to cooking, leadership, citizenship and much, much more!
About Yavapai County 4-H
In this section you can find resources for clubs, members, volunteers, and parents:
Volunteer in Yavapai County
4-H is a volunteer-based program. What does that mean? Without the help of volunteers to mentor and teach youth important life skills such as responsibility, belonging, genorosity and independence, our program would not be possible. Volunteers can help Yavapai County 4-H youth in many different capacities. Discover the world together with young people... be a 4-H Volunteer! Explore the Volunteer Resources page to find out more information on the role of a 4-H volunteer.
- Become a Volunteer
- Yavapai County 4-H Planning Calendar
- Yavapai County 4-H Resource Library Material
Learn more about animal ownership for Yavapai County 4-H. You find the information you need to properly I.D. and register livestock and equine projects here.
Councils and Committees
Record Book Help
All 4-H members in Yavapai County are required to turn in a record book at the end of the 4-H year. Record keeping and goal setting are valuable skills youth learn in completing their projects. Find out everything you need to know about record books on the Record Books 101 page.