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Join a Virtual 4‑H STEP Club

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STEP Clubs are short-term exploratory programs focused on a topic (STEM, Healthy Living, etc.). STEP clubs meet multiple times over the course of several weeks. Club registration is limited and will be on a first come first serve basis. New clubs will continue to be added.


Travel Bugs International

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We may not be able to travel right now, but we can still take a trip to some faraway lands to learn about what it's like to visit some beautiful countries. Join us each week as we embark on adventures to Iceland, Ireland, Scotland and England, Belgium, Italy, Belize, and Chile. This program is open to youth in grades 6–9. Sessions will be held on Thursdays from 4:00–5:30 p.m. on Feb. 3, 10, 17, 24.

Travel Bugs International Registration Link



Travel Bugs United States

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We may not be able to travel right now, but we can still take a trip out-of-state to learn about unique cultures in other US communities. Join us each week as we embark on adventures to New York, DC, Cape Code, and Hawaii! This program is open to youth in grades 6–9. Sessions will be held on Thursdays from 4:00-5:30 p.m. on March 10, 17, 24 and 31.

Travel Bugs United States Registration Link



Teen Improvisational Theatre

Are you a middle or high schooler who likes using your imagination to create characters? Would you like to learn more about improvisational theatre and playwriting? Then join the Monologue and Scene Writing STEP club!. Sessions run the first and third Mondays of the month, January 3–June 20 from 7–8:30 p.m.

More information including how to register for the Teen Improvisational Theatre


Globetasters 9: Absolutely Amazing Appetizers

Join us for Globe Tasters 4-H Cultural Cuisine S.T.E.P. Club—Session 9. Learn to make tasty morsels from around the world that are designed to stimulate one's appetite before a meal. Sessions run on Mondays 4:30–6:00 p.m. beginning January 24th, February, and March.

Globetasters 9 Registration Link


Computer Science Exploration and Design

Youth will work with Rutgers University College Students who are also 4-H CS Educators where they will explore the many areas of computer science including coding, sequencing, decoding, debugging, algorithms, game design, etc. Youth will learn both important computer science/STEM skills while practicing computer science with and without (unplugged) a computer. Students will be invited to join other students from Northern NJ who have participated in this program to participate in a 4-H CS Pathways Showcase. There will also be opportunities for youth to learn more about the various computer science fields (from computer science professionals). Sessions run on Saturdays, March 5–26 from 10:30–12:00 a.m.

Computer Science Exploration and Design Registration Link


Young Researchers: A Youth Club on Publication

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Program Description:
Have you ever thought to publish your own writing? In partnership with John Wiley and Sons, youth are invited to learn about the process of publishing, careers in publishing and will work on a team to publish their own product!

Youth researchers will walk through the author's journey to create content that will be published online by global publishing powerhouse, John Wiley and Sons. Friends, family, teachers, and the public will be able to view their published work live online. Youth will learn about academic research publishing and tips to spot out non credible and credible research. Youth researchers will craft their own content with support and guidance from professionals that work across the publishing landscape. Youth will also have a chance to share some of their pre-written work to learn to improve their work for publication.

Young Researchers: A Youth Club on Publication Registration Link


See the Virtual 4‑H STEP Clubs we offered in the past »