Do you love science and technology? In this project, you can learn about robotics, computers, alternative energy, engineering, and agri-science! This project can be tailored as self-directed study or in a classroom with science rotations. This project lets you dream, explore, and experiment in various areas for possibilities in careers and education.
- Explore Guide: Scientific Method Lifecycle
- 4-H SET Abilities
- National 4-H STEM Challenge
- Hill Country Science Mill
- 4-H Science Activities for Club Meetings
- Kids’ Science Challenge
- CSI Web Adventures
- Citizen Science Project Finder
Texas 4-H Roundup Science Fair
The 4-H Roundup Science Fair provides youth the opportunity to showcase their 4-H project work through the application of scientific research, engineering, technology and/or experimentation. Participants will 1) construct a poster, 2) deliver a short oral presentation, and 3) respond to judges’ interview questions. Projects should follow either the Scientific Method or Engineering Design Process and the poster formatted accordingly. Visit the State Roundup webpage to learn more.
The Texas 4-H STEM Ambassadors is a state-wide team who work in a youth-adult partnership structure to promote, educate, and inspire others in the area of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. The team consists of 4-H members 15 years and older who have a strong interest in promoting STEM to other 4-H members, volunteers, as well as groups outside of 4-H. The team meets throughout the year to develop and support programs in areas such as robotics, photography, and video production.
Applications to become a STEM Ambassador are open July 1-31 to all senior-aged 4-H members.