Alumni

We hope you will remain a proud member of 4‑H and take full advantage of the great offerings that are available to you as an Alumni Community member. You can find opportunities to connect with fellow 4‑H alums, share memories, maintain connections to the 4‑H community and help a new generation of 4‑H’ers learn the skills they need to lead for a lifetime.

 
 
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National 4-h spokesperson

Jennifer Nettles is an award-winning singer, songwriter, and musician. She is the lead singer of Sugarland and in 2014 released her first solo album, That Girl. In 2015, Jennifer made her Broadway debut starring as Roxie Hart in Chicago. Jennifer grew up Georgia and is a proud Georgia 4-H alum. She was a member of the Georgia 4-H’s Clovers & Co. (1986 – 1993) and was a 4-H Alumni Medallion Honoree in 2012.

 
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lost touch with your 4-h roots?

It’s never too late to reconnect and lend your experience to the 4-H movement. Learn about all the remarkable ways that 4-H is making a positive difference in the lives of Nebraska’s youth.

When you were a 4-H’er you learned how to use your head, hands, heart and health for the benefit of your community. Now we want to hear how you are using these same 4-H skills today.
Become part of our New York 4-H Alumni Database to learn what 4-H youth are doing today and how you can remain part of the 4-H family.

 
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donate

Your contribution to 4-H helps the young people of Nebraska become caring, involved citizens committed to their communities and fostering a better world. Give 4-H’ers the opportunity to prove themselves, just as you had.

 
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Connect

Stay involved by giving back to the organization you love, as you continue to be a vital part of the 4-H movement. Volunteer with 4-H in your community.

How did 4-H make a difference in your life? Share your story! Join the 4-H Alumni community on the NYS 4-H Foundation LinkedIn and like the NYS 4-H Foundation Facebook page!!

Find out how you can engage with a 4-H club near you. Contact your local 4-H office to learn more about programs in your area.