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MISSION

Our mission is to share the diverse opportunities 4-H offers to help youth develop social responsibility, empower them to live an authentic life, and grow leaders who can make the best better, regardless of circumstances. Whether planning events, leading community service activities, serving as ambassadors for our organization, or creating a safe and welcoming environment for all, we aim to lead by example for the over 262,000 North Carolina 4-H youth members, thousands of adult volunteers, hundreds of 4-H professionals, and countless others who support 4-H.

The State 4-H Council consists of the State 4-H Council Officers, the District officers, and one council representative from each county with an active county council program. The State Executive Committee includes District Officers, State  Council Officers, State Council Coordinator, and the State 4-H Leader or his/her designee.


District Officer Responsibilities /

District Officer Nomination & Election Forms



ANNOUNCEMENT: NC 4-H has added a NEW Council Officer Position – Member Engagement.

The state council encourages youth members who are considering running for district and/or state office in 2022 to consider this new position. Click Here to read more about this position. 


STATE COUNCIL THEME

You Belong With 4-H 

The 2021 – 2022 North Carolina State 4-H theme is, You Belong With 4-H. North Carolina 4-H is a place where you can simply be yourself. You’re free to be funny, shy, outgoing, quiet, quirky, introverted, extroverted, . . . . Everyone has a place in 4-H.


 2021 – 2022 State 4-H Council Officers

Meet your State 4-H Council Officers!

                                   State 4-H Council President: Guillermo Estrada, Wayne County 

 State 4-H Council Vice President: Rachel Wilson, Cabarrus County 

                                 State 4-H Council Secretary/Treasurer: Taylor Hall, Nash County

State 4-H Council Reporter: Bliss Pointer, Caswell County 


Dr. Mitzi Downing

Dr. Mitzi Downing, State 4-H Council Coordinator, Assistant State 4-H Leader 



2021 -2022 State Officer Candidate Application & Election Forms

There are NEW Requirements / COVID-19 Updates for candidates wishing to run for State 4-H Office in 2021. Please review the candidate documents and requirements carefully.


State 4-H Council Fall Virtual Meeting Information (Oct. 2- 4, 2020)

State 4-H Council Fall Retreat flyer


State 4-H Council Newsletters