Florida 4-H University is a week-long overnight event for young adults held at the University of Florida. Attendees will have the opportunity to participate in educational workshops led by University of Florida faculty, explore career opportunities, lead community service activities, interact with youth from all over the state, and have fun while developing critical life skills that will help them become productive and engaged citizens in their communities, their country, and their world.
To be considered eligible for participation in Florida 4-H University, participants must be between the ages of 14 – 18 by September 1st of the previous year and must not have graduated high school.
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Connect with other 4-HU participants using the Yapp App. Download the app from Google Play or your Apple store.
Use the hashtag #FL4HU on any social media platforms and stay connected.
Registrations must be approved by June 30th, Contact your County Agent for local deadlines.
Participants must be between the ages of 14 – 18 as of September 1st of the previous year and must not have graduated high school.
4-H University is much like 4-H Summer Camp in regards to packing. Check out the link below to be prepared for the week.
Please note that participants will need to bring money for lunch, snacks or any fundraisers they may wish to participate in (raffles, purchasing glow sticks for dance, etc.).
If a youth brings any prescription or over the counter medication with them, they will need to fill out a medication form. The form and medication need to be in a clear baggy and should be handed over to either their agent or to the adult(s) manning the 4-H University Registration Desk.
Why yes, there is! Take a look at the 2017 Handbook which explains the event, some of its activities, and some general expectations we have for our participants.