Weekend-long learning events that grow and develop skills in that students can use in their own lives and share with their communities. 4-H hosts three summits each year that focus on STEM, Agri-science, and Healthy Living.

Building Skills. Creating Memories. Making Friends.

The 4-H National Youth Summit Series brings together high school students for three days of hands-on activities and workshops, led by leaders and educators in these fields. For 2020 and 2021, these events will be held virtually.

  • Register and attend in small groups or as an individual
  • Work alongside students and experts with shared interests
  • Learn and strengthen technical and leadership skills
  • Earn accreditation to feature on college or job applications

2020 - 2021 Summits


November 6-8, 2020

Healthy Living

February 11 - 14, 2021


March 5-7, 2021

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4-H youth in cooking class

2021 Healthy Living Summit

Online, February 11 - 14, 2021 - Registration Opens Soon


At the National Youth Summit on Healthy Living, high school students develop the knowledge and skills to address issues surrounding nutrition, physical fitness, wellness, and emotional well-being. Working alongside professionals in family consumer science and healthy living, students will create action plans they can implement in their communities to teach other youth about what they have learned.

2021 Agri-Science Summit

Online, March 5-7, 2021 - Registration Opens Soon


At the National 4‑H Youth Summit on Agri-Science, high school students develop the skills and knowledge needed for the challenges facing agriculture, food security, and sustainability. Students will work with each other and experts in the agricultural community in this collaborative, hands-on educational setting.


Interested in presenting at the 2021 Agri-Science Summit?  Learn More.


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4-H youth working in agriculture

Register for National Youth Summits

STEM: November 6-8, 2020

Registration for the 2020 STEM Summit has closed.


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