4-H Summer Camps 2020
Registration is now open!
What is 4-H Summer Fun?
The mission of 4-H Summer Fun is to provide a safe, affordable, enriching environment where youth can learn and develop new skills and have fun while doing so! Students participate in field trips and other hands-on learning opportunities targeting agriculture, horticulture, leadership, citizenship, healthy living, and science, technology, engineering, & math (STEM).
How do I participate?
- Enroll in 4HOnline: 4HOnline
- Choose which camps, events, or activities are most interesting to you! Camp descriptions including time, location, cost, and age requirements can be found in our 4-H Summer Fun Brochure
- Complete the 4-H Summer Fun Registration on Eventbrite – We are currently not accepting new Summer Fun Registrations at this time.
Policies & Procedures
Registering for 4-H Summer Fun:
All camps will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis by payment. Please select ALL camps in which you wish for your child to participate. Note that all camps have capacity limits. If the workshop is full, you may request to be added to the waitlist.
- All participants must be enrolled in 4-H Online to participate.
- Participants should arrive no earlier than 10 minutes prior to the start time of each camp and should be picked up no later than 10 minutes after the camp is scheduled to conclude.
- Pitt County 4-H Summer Fun activities operate under the 4-H Code of Conduct and Disciplinary Procedure.
- Snacks and water will be provided for all activities.
- Event description is subject to change.
- For accommodations for persons with disabilities, contact N.C. Cooperative Extension of Pitt County at (252) 902-1709 no less than two weeks prior to the event.
- If you need assistance with the online enrollment process, please contact the 4-H Office at (252) 902-1709.
- Support from grants and donations allow us to provide scholarships to families who struggle to afford the opportunity for their child(ren)to participate in camp experiences.If you would like to request a scholarship, please be sure to contact the 4-H Office. Please note that we require some financial commitment from families; 100% scholarships are exceedingly rare. Available funds to support these opportunities vary year to year and program to program.
See the full list of Rules and Guidelines here: Summer Fun Rules and Guidelines
Do you have a teen who is looking for volunteer hours this summer? Check out our 2020 Teen Leadership Program. Find more information here: Teen Leadership Program
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