Many 4-H members graduate from high school and continue their education at a community college or a 4 year university, college, or vocational/trade school. These former 4-H members have many outstanding leadership skills and knowledge of various projects that can be shared with others. Collegiate 4-H provides an open and dynamic student organization involving active outreach to young people and their communities. The chapter at Mississippi State University also provides the opportunities for the 4-H members to renew friendships they have made throughout the state and meet new friends at MSU.
What does Collegiate 4-H offer to students?
Collegiate 4-H members conduct youth leadership, service learning, and individual and group development. In turn, students enhance their personal development through community service and participation in social events.
Collegiate 4-H Values
We believe_ Collegiate 4-H provides active leadership within the community, state, region, and nation.
We believe_ Cooperation is essential to the exchange of ideas and the opportunity for growth.
We believe_ Collegiate 4-H benefits the 4-H organization, communities, and the people in those communities.
We believe_ Collegiate 4-H promotes community service through active participation of its members and audiences reached.
We believe_ Collegiate 4-H experiences enhance skills for life-long learning.
How can I join Collegiate 4-H?
You can join Collegiate 4-H at Mississippi State University by contacting the State 4-H Department:
State 4-H Department
Mississippi State, MS 39762
Members of the Hinds County 4-H Leadership team for 2017-2018 were recently selected. The team consists of 4-H’ers in both the Mississippi State University Extension Service 4-H program and the Alcorn State University Extension 4-H program. Team members are selected based on performance in and commitment to the 4-H program and participation in leadership roles in their 4-H clubs, schools and communities. Selected team members will learn about and practice leadership, citizenship and communication skills through various projects.
Nerves jangling, Jaylin Smith of Greenwood stepped to the podium to address legislators and guests gathered in the Mississippi Senate chamber in February 2019. Her audience seemed preoccupied, checking their cell phones. By the time she finished her speech, they were on their feet, applauding.