Honor Club encourages its members to stay involved in 4-H even after aging out. Find out ways you can stay involved by exploring the links below! New opportunities can come up at any time, so be sure to check this page periodically throughout the year.


North Carolina 4-H Congress

4-H Congress is held in Raleigh each year as a statewide event for 4-H’ers across the state of North Carolina. Honor Club members can become involved in several aspects of Congress, including the annual Tapping Ceremony, State 4-H Officer elections, and the Candlelight Clover.

 


Honor Club Conference

Honor Club Conference is a unique opportunity for members to reconnect with one another and give back to the 4-H program. All Honor Club members are encouraged to attend this fun retreat held at Camp Millstone each year!

 

 

Volunteer Leaders Conference

Learn how to become involved in the annual Volunteer Leaders Conference, where we celebrate the volunteers that make the North Carolina 4-H Program strong.

 

 

District Activity Days

Volunteer at one of the five District Activity Days happening around the state this year.

 

 

4-H Camps

Honor Club has a close connection with the 4-H Camps in North Carolina. Find out what service and fundraising opportunities are available here.

 

Looking for other ways to get involved as an Honor Club member? Even if you are no longer living in North Carolina, local 4-H offices are always looking for active 4-H alumni to serve as volunteers and give back to the program. You can find your local 4-H and contact your county extension agent at https://4-h.org/find/.