The National 4-H Conference is a yearly opportunity for 4-H members from all over the nation to gather together and discuss societal topics. Participants are selected by their state 4-H program and attend as a delegation.
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 Texas 4-H Roundup Trade Show is a great way for businesses and universities to meet prospective students, customers, and employees. The youth and adults at 4-H Roundup are very interested in learning about education and career opportunities offered.
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. Visit with your county extension office to find out about local opportunities in your area.
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.
Lend a hand to your community on One Day 4-H! This event allows 4-H members, parents, and volunteers help their communities through service projects. This event is flexible and can be as straightforward or intricate as you like.
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.