Available to youth 4th grade and up only.
The 4-H Shooting Sports program is only successful when adults volunteer to work with youth in this project and when youth are given the opportunity to develop safe shooting skills. To serve as a 4-H Shooting Sports Leader, individuals must complete the Clackamas County 4-H Leader application and orientation process, be at least 18 years old (21 years old in 2013) and successfully complete at least one state-level 4-H Leader Training SHOOTING SPORTS CERTIFICATION WORKSHOP in the discipline in which they are providing supervision.
If an adult leader is not certified, he or she cannot provide hands-on or safety instruction without a certified leader being present. A leader may obtain certification in an additional discipline (archery, pistol, coordinator, muzzleloading, rifle, shotgun, and Western Heritage) by completing a certification workshop provided by 4-H certified state training team members. Certifications Workshops are not designed to teach volunteers how to use archery equipment or shoot a firearm, but are designed to teach adults how to conduct safe, supervised, shooting experiences for 4-H members enrolled in the project. Therefore, interested adults who have experience in safely handling archery equipment and/or firearms are encouraged to enroll in these certification workshops.
460-200H Firearms and Archery Equipment Log