Forms for 4-H Participants
Intent to Compete.pdfIntent to Compete (for youth living outside of Wake County) 

4-H Project Record Books and Portfolio Forms 
4-H Record Books are a way for 4-H’ers to plan and record their 4-H year. Record Books are also a competition for 4-H members at the county, district, and state levels. Youth ages 5 through 18 should complete a Record Book each year, although Cloverbud Books (ages 5–7) are neither judged nor critiqued, but receive feedback from reviewers to help the 4-H’er improve their work in future projects.
Age and Project and Cumulative Record Book Completion 
In 4-H, age is determined by the age the youth member was on January 1 of the program year. For 2019 Record Books (which were due in January 2020), the
4-H'er would do a Record Book based on how old s/he was on January 1, 2019.

4-H Project Record Books (1 year of work) 

Awards and Scholarships

Questions about 4-H Forms?