SPIN Clubs (SPecial INterest)

What is a SPIN Club?

A 4-H SPIN Club is a where five or more youth learn about a topic of interest, known as a 4-H Project, for a short-term commitment. SPIN stands for Special Interest. Topics can include interests such as gardening, rocketry, cooking, photography, healthy living, STEM topics, and much more. Project clubs are led by volunteers or staff who have a passion and want to share their knowledge and skills with youth. The spin club will complete at least six hours of programming to promote knowledge gain in a 4-H project area.

Internships for SPIN Clubs

Internship Application
Application due September 15, 2017

UF / IFAS Duval County 4-H provides interns the chance to make the difference in the lives of young people by providing opportunities to facilitate and engage youth in short term learning activities. This paid internship gives students the chance to be involved in their communities and gain valuable career experience with a leading youth development organization.

The interns of the Duval County 4-H program will receive training and then facilitate at least one spin club for the community of Duval County residents.

This position will be ideal for students interested in Non-Profit Management, Grant Management, Community Development, and Non-Formal Youth Development / Education.

For more information contact khaupt@coj.net

For more information about 4-H in Duval County,  call: (904) 255-7450 or email the 4-H Office.