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Massachusetts 4-H Upcoming Events

To request an event submission to the Mass 4-H webpage, please reach out to your local Educator or contact the State office administrative assistant.  Only sanctioned 4-H events are posted to the Mass 4-H website.

E.g., Sep 23 2021
Sep
29
Wednesday, September 29, 2021 - 7:00pm
Online
Join our information session connecting Home School and 4-H! Participants will get a chance to learn all about the UMass Extension 4-H program, hear from 4-H volunteers who conduct home school programs, learn about 4-H curriculum, and hear from 4-H members who are home schooled.
Oct
06
Wednesday, October 6, 2021 - 7:00pm
Online
Join us on this career exploration of the important role of mental health initiatives in our school systems and the important role Mr. Crocker has played in the planning, implementation and advancement of mental health services.
Oct
09
Saturday, October 9, 2021 - 8:00am
Online
Are you interested in being Pen Pals with a 4-H’er from another state? UMass 4-H is joining with 6 other states in the 4-H Pen Pal Project! Meet a 4-H member from another state, learn about them and where they live, and be part of a large Zoom “Meet Up” during National 4-H Week (October 3-9, 2021). This new program is open to all registered Mass State 4-H’ers. Deadline to register is July 13, 2021.
Oct
20
Wednesday, October 20, 2021 - 7:00pm
Online
Are you fascinated by the psychology of the human mind? There are many aspects that can be explored: Psychology, Neuroscience, Linguistics, Cognition and more. Join us for a discussion with Mara Breen, PhD, Associate Professor of Psychology at Mount Holyoke College. She teaches courses in the topics listed above and in her research, she uses brain imaging methods to explore how the musical aspects of language help children learn to read. Career Exploration session are open to everyone, so bring your family members and friends!
Nov
03
Wednesday, November 3, 2021 - 7:00pm
Online
Did you know that Urban forests make up a significant amount of America’s tree canopy. In fact, over 140 million acres of America’s forests are located in cities and towns, and these trees provide essential benefits for humans and improved habitats for urban wildlife. Join us on November 3 to learn about this important career in Urban & Community Forestry from Richard Harper, PhD, Extension Associate Professor at the University of Massachusetts. All are welcome to join our Career Exploration Zooms, so spread the word and tune in on November 3.
Nov
17
Wednesday, November 17, 2021 - 7:00pm
Online
Learn about working in the world of ART! Join us for a career exploration session with Young Min Moon, a Department Chair and Department of Art Professor in the College of Humanities and Fine Art, University of Massachusetts, Amherst. He will tell you about his interesting journey to becoming an artist and then to teaching art. The career exploration series is open to all so feel free to pass along the information!