Due to COVID-19 health directives, Clover College is canceled for 2020. 

4-H Clover College

4-H Clover College

...a four-day series of workshops
for 4-H & non-4-H youth ages 6-19

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4-H Clover College, June 16-19, 2020

Lancaster Extension Education Center, 444 Cherrycreek Road, Lincoln

Clover College is four days of “hands-on” workshops full of fun and a sense of belonging. Learning topics include STEAM concepts of science, technology, engineering, art and math which spark career interests. Youth may attend as many workshops as they wish. All supplies will be provided unless otherwise noted. Youth attending workshops which overlap the lunch period should bring a sack lunch. Food will not be available (unless otherwise stated in the workshop description).

Youth must be currently at least 8 years old (as of June 16) to attend most Clover College sessions. Some sessions have older age requirements. To attend Clover Kids Half-Day Camp for 6–7 year olds, youth must be currently 6 years old (as of June 16) and have completed kindergarten. If you have questions, contact Kristin Geisert at 402-441-7180.

Workshop Descriptions:

62 total workshops in 2020!

Online Registration ONLY:

Registration will ONLY be available online this year! Walk-in or mail-in registrations will NOT be accepted at the Extension office.

Classes fill up quickly!

Registration opens Wednesday, May 20 at noon for currently enrolled 4-H members.

In late April, currently enrolled 4-H families will be emailed an online link and access code to register, which will activate on May 20 at noon.

Registration opens Wednesday, May 27 at noon for non-4-H youth.

Online Registration Details:

An email address and a debit or credit card will be required to complete a registration. There are no additional online or credit card processing fees, only the cost of the chosen workshop(s).

Tip: To speed the process during registration, determine your workshop choices and possible alternates ahead of time. Take note of the age requirements as classes where age is not met will not appear in the online class choices.

Workshops which are ‘full’ will be indicated during the registration process. At that time, a no-cost ‘wait list’ option with no guarantees, will be enabled. Names on the wait list will be notified by email if a spot becomes available.

For those who need computer access to register for Clover College, a computer will be available on a first come, first served basis at the Extension office starting at noon on Wednesday, May 20 for 4-H members and starting on Wednesday, May 27 at noon for non-4-H’ers.

To use 4-H Activity Certificates for Clover College, get reimbursed by bringing the certificate(s) and Clover College online confirmation to the Extension office after it reopens.

There are no refunds unless workshops are canceled due to COVID-19 health directives.

Be a Volunteer!

Adult and teens volunteers are needed to help during Clover College! No experience needed! Volunteer for one session or all four days! If you are interested in this opportunity, contact Kristin Geisert 402-441-7180.

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