The National 4-H Congress is a gathering of a national design team extension educators, 4-H members, and 4-H volunteers who together examine issues affecting youth and try to develop methods to address those issues.
The Texas 4-H Leadership Conference, also known as ‘The Record Book Trip’ is a recognition event for senior level 4-H members (grades 9-12) who have placed first at the state level in one of the 29 4-H Record Book categories.
This day is designed for 4-H members to learn more about our state legislative process, see our legislators in session, and to visit with their respective elected officials. This event happens every other year on the odd numbered years.
The Texas 4-H Roundup is a qualifying and invitational event for 4-H youth who placed in a district level roundup or signed up to compete in one of the invitational events. The Texas 4-H Roundup has around 50 diverse competitions that tie in with the many projects that 4-H has to offer.
The state 4-H dog show is held each year in July, and offers classes in agility, rally, obedience, costume, tricks, drill, showmanship and conformation. Some counties host 4-H Dog Shows.
Texas 4-H Congress allows 4-H members to experience the law making process first hand by writing, submitting, and then serving as a member of the House of Representatives, the Senate, the Press, or as a Lobbyist. From these roles, the 4-H members determine the fate of each bill submitted.