Resource list for club leaders

4-H Basics

  • Join 4-H - Help young people learn how to join.

  • 4-H Family Handbook. Varies across the state. Contact your local 4-H office for a copy.

  • Money MattersOur basic financial policies and best practices for clubs.

  • Keeping youth safe - We are committed to providing safe and healthy environments for youth and adults engaged in 4-H programs and activities.

Recognition, records and awards

Connect with your local 4-H office on how to recognize youth and volunteers.

Records - 4-H is not just learning by doing. It's learning by doing, sharing, understanding, relating and using. Record keeping encourages youth to reflect on their experience so they can share it with others and learn.


Ages and Stages - Better understand the youth in our clubs and how to work with them and challenging behaviors.

Manage Group Activities for Safety, Efficiency & Effective Learning

Troubleshooting 4-H Club Problems - Use this tool when your club is facing challenges.

Prepare for every season with guides that highlight events and activities at each level: club, county, region, state and national.


Trish Sheehan, Extension educator,, 320-235-0726