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4-H Urban Programs

As part of Oklahoma 4-H, Urban 4-H serves youth living in Tulsa and Broken Arrow. Urban 4-H programs are based on research findings and best practices for urban youth and young people living in "at-risk" conditions. Youth can participate through clubs, after-school programs, and Broken Arrow Tribal Programs. In addition, the Urban 4-H Program administers the 4-H Chick Embryo project is a classroom-based science project open to all youth in Tulsa County. This project is ideal for Life Science Classes.

The Urban 4-H program partners with other youth-serving organizations to build sustainable programs that meet the unique needs of urban youth. Our partners receive access to Oklahoma State University resources such as curriculum, program assessment and support, professional development and the the traditional club program in Tulsa County.

To find out about 4-H in Tulsa or Broken Arrow, contact Kim Arnold at 918-746-3723 or kimsutterfield.arnold@okstate.edu