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4-H Youth Development

4-H empowers youth to reach their full potential working and learning in partnership with caring adults. Membership in a 4-H club provides youth opportunities to develop skills and meaningful relationships they will carry with them throughout their lives. 4-H clubs participate in programming in these four program priority areas:

  • Healthy Living
  • Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM)
  • Citizenship and Leadership
  • Communication and the Arts
Register

Once you’ve found your club, register through 4-H Online. Enrollment is from September 15th through November 30th, with a fee of $40 per 4-H youth (grades 4-12) and $15 per Clover Kid (grades K-3). Program fees support the county and state 4-H program.  If you feel that this fee would constitute an undue financial burden, financial aid is available from the Iowa 4-H Foundation.
Returning 4-H members must re-enroll every year by November 30th inorder to exhibit livestock at county fair. New members have until March 1st of each year to enroll and exhibit most animals at county fair. 

 
Volunteer with Linn County 4-H?
  • We are very excited that you would like to volunteer with us! We encourage you to call the Extension Office and see what opportunities we currently have available!
  • Please Note: Linn County 4-H does not require parents to register as a volunteer. Parents will receive all necessary information through their youths 4hOnline profile. Parents are always welcome to become more involved and become a volunteer!
  • Contact The County Office at 319-377-9839 or linn4h@iastate.edu for volunteer opportunities and more information.

 
The fees for service will be used to off-set direct expenses and to support the 4-H Youth Development Linn County Extension Program.
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County 4-H News

We Want You! Now Hiring
December 29, 2020

Position Description:  Iowa State University Extension and Outreach of Linn County is seeking a School Nutrition Educator.  The role of the School Nutrition Educator is to promote healthy lifestyle by providing direct delivery of nutrition and physical activity lessons in K-3rd grade classrooms and K-5 out of school programs in the Cedar Rapids Community School District (CRCSD).  The School Nutrition Educator will work closely with the Lead School Nutrition Educator and other team members to meet the educational needs of a diverse population.  This position is made possible through a grant with the Iowa Department of Public Health’s (IDPH) Iowa Nutrition Network (INN) School Grant Program, which is supported by SNAP-Ed funds. 

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Help wanted summer linn county extension
November 24, 2020

Linn County Extension has an opening for a 4-H and Youth Summer Intern.  Duties will include support and guidance for the Linn County Fair and other summer programing in the youth area.  Applications will be accepted until position is filled.

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