State 4-H Alpha l and Alpha ll camps help 4-H’ers to enhance individual understanding, self-confidence and leadership capabilities by providing personal development opportunities. Hosted at WVU Jackson’s Mill, Alpha camps offer a variety of workshops including baking, business development, creative writing, fitness, STEM and more.
WVU Extension Program Unit Director – 4-H Youth Development
Brent Clark is no stranger to the impact of West Virginia 4-H programs on youths and families across the Mountain State. In fact, he’s lived it.
“I wouldn’t be where I am today without the impression of West Virginia 4-H in my life—in many ways, I am a product of my time spent with this organization,” said Clark. “It’s been a life calling to work with our talented faculty and staff to enhance 4-H programming for young people in our state.”Learn more about Brent's work...