4-H Youth Development
Our 4-H program provides a creative a supportive environment in which culturally diverse youth and adults can reach their full potential. Our local County 4-H program works to develop life skills to help young people become self-directed, productive citizens. We also work to empower adult volunteers who multiply the efforts of our local Sandoval County Extension staff.
Our 4-H youth development program is a dynamic non-formal education program. It provides opportunities for youth to learn life skills and gain knowledge while having fun. The life skills learned in 4-H enable youth to become productive, well-informed, self-reliant, responsible adults.
The Sandoval County 4-H program consists of 9 traditional 4-H Clubs with well over 250 members. These clubs meet once a month as a group and participate in many youth educational activities.
To learn more about joining one of these clubs, please contact the Sandoval County Cooperative Extension Service for additional information.
- Arroyo Blanco Amigos 4-H Club
- Corralitos 4-H Club
- Cotton City Cottontails 4-H Club
- Cuba Coyotes 4-H Club
- Del Norte Chile Peppers 4-H Club (Special interest Shooting Sports Club)
- Jemez Mountain Stallions 4-H Club
- Rio Grande Rebels 4-H Club
- Rio Rangers 4-H Club
- Torreon Wolfpack 4-H Club
Enrolling in the New Mexico State University, Sandoval County 4-H Youth Development Program is easy. You may call Steve Lucero, Nicole Lujan, or Elizabeth Hackett toll free at (800) 678-1802 or (505) 867-2582 for information and Leader/Member enrollment forms. Please see the How to Join 4-H link to the left.
We welcome you to join the Sandoval County 4-H, a community of young people across America who are learning leadership, citizenship and life skills!