Ohio 4-H offers over 88 different 4-H projects designed especially for teens, as well a Self-Determined project for teens who wish to pursue other areas of interest.

Teens interested in a variety of local, state, national, and international opportunities including teen leadership, citizenship, service, workforce preparation, camps, trips, awards, etc. should refer to the Just For Teens section of the Ohio 4-H Website for a complete list including requirements.

4-H Scholarships

High school seniors are eligible to apply for 4-H Scholarships.  Scioto County 4-H Scholarships range from $500 to $1,000.  To apply for a Scioto County 4-H Scholarship, complete and submit the Scholarship Applicaiton.  To be considered for a county level scholarship, please have your application turned in by January 22nd.  There are also 4-H Scholarships available at the State level.  To apply for scholarships at the state level, submit a SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION, online. All applications are due by the date on the application. 

Teen Leadership Club

The Teen Leadership Club focuses on international awareness, career exploration, current issues and socialization.  Teens may join the Teen Leadership Club, upon their 14th birthday, by completing and submitting the OHIO 4-H ACHIEVEMENT RECORD.

County Junior Fair Board

County Junior Fair Board Members are selected on a yearly basis.  Members must be 15 years or older as of January 1st of the current year, and may serve up to three on-year terms.  Selections are based on past leadership experiences and good leadership qualities. For membership consideration, teens must complete and submit the JUNIOR FAIR BOARD APPLICATION no later than 4:30pm on January 28th. 

Camp Counselor

Teens who are interested in being a Camp Counselor must complete and submit the CAMP COUNSELOR APPLICATION by January 28th. Teens must receive 24 hours of training in order to serve as a camp counselor. The majority of those hours come from attending either Making eXtreme Counselors, at the Ohio 4-H Center in Columbus, or Counselor College at Canter’s Cave. First-year counselors MUST attend Counselor College. Counselor College Applications are due March 15, 2019. MXC Applications will be mailed to all those youth who have submitted a Camp Counselor Applicaiotion.

 

Queen Contest

The Queen Contest is open to Scioto County girls, ages 16 to 19 as of January 1st of the current year, not married, nor have been married, nor have borne a child.  Contestants must be a member or an alumnus of one or more the other organizations represented by the Junior Fair Board, 4-H, Girl Scouts, FCCLA, FFA and VICA.  The QUEEN CONTEST APPLICATION includes more information, rules, and guidelines.  The entry deadline is June 1st. 

Carteens (Cautious and Responsible Teens)

Teens serve as planners, facilitators, peer counselors, and teachers for the 4-H Carteens session.  They also gain leadership, public speaking, and organizational skills.  Visit the CARTEENS website for more information.

 

Ohio 4-H Volunteer Conference

The Ohio 4-H Conference is designed to bring together 4-H volunteers and teens from across the State of Ohio. The objective of this event is to learn together and from each other in order to improve our abilities to deliver the Ohio 4-H Program to its members. We truly believe that these educational selections offer something for everyone, and have the ability to satisfy every taste and need.

Visit the Ohio 4-H Conference webpage for the conference booklet and registration.

Registrations must be turned in to the Scioto County OSU Extension Office no later than Monday, February 5th.

 

Ohio 4-H Teen Opportunities

4-H offers a wide variety of opportunities for teens to develop knowledge, skills, attitudes, and aspirations needed for adult success.  Please visit the "Just For Teens" page on the Ohio 4-H Youth Development website.