Get Ready for 2021 Summer Fun!

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Join 4-H this summer for a variety of 4-H youth development opportunities! With in-person camps, virtual camps, and self-guided activities, we’re sure to have something for everyone! Take a look at each of our camps and sign-up.

At A Glance

Camp Age Format Dates Cost
More Than Ag (In A Bag) 8-12 Self-Guided June 14 $20
STEM Camp 7-10 In-Person June 22-25 FULL
Agriculture Camp 13+ In-Person July 27-28 FULL
You’re Hired! Camp 13+ Virtual August 3-5 Free

More Than Ag (In A Bag)
Begins June 14
Ages 8-12
Self-Guided Activities
$20 per youth
Grab our summer kit, “More than Ag (In a Bag)”, to experience 4-H in a whole new way –everything from bread making to growing your own jewelry! Youth that complete at least 5 activities and send us pictures will earn some 4-H swag! 
Register online

June 22–25
Ages 7-10
In-Person Camp
$20 per youth
Come join Guilford, Randolph, and Alamance counties on a 4-day adventure as we explore the world of Science, Technology, and Life. Each day will have a themed experience, followed by a Friday of fun applying our new knowledge as we explore the Greensboro Science Center.
This camp is full!

Agriculture Camp
July 27–28
Ages 13+
In-Person Camp
$15 per youth
Join us as we dive into the world of Agriculture in our County. Our first day will be touring Guilford County and the different commodities made available by our farmers. The second day we will go behind the scenes to see how our food is produced and the ever-evolving processes involved. This camp will involve travel to Raleigh on the second day where youth will be able to enjoy a sweet treat from the Howling Cow Creamery.
This camp is full but you can join our waiting list

You’re Hired! Camp
August 3-5
Ages 13+
Virtual Camp
Do you know your soft skills and why they are so important? The National Collaborative for Workforce and Disability for Youth says “soft skills are necessary for youth to succeed in education, job training, independent living, community participation, and ultimately in the workplace.” Join Alamance, Guilford, and Randolph counties to gain knowledge and awareness of soft skills and unspoken workplace ethics to help make your best, better. You will need a computer with internet access.

We will be hosting the sign-up for the You’re Hired! Camp through 4-H Online 2.0. To register, you must first set up a family profile and enroll the youth attending camp. When asked for a club name, please choose “Guilford at Large.” When asked to choose a project, you can choose “Character Education” or “Leadership.” After you have completed the 4-H Online enrollment, go into your family profile and click on “Events” on the left-hand side. This will list all events available to your child(ren). Choose the camp you would like to register for and click on “Register.” Then choose your child’s name and continue the registration process. If you have any problems, please let us know or you can visit the 4-H Online Registration reference page.