4-H Leaders & Volunteers

4-H Leaders Association

All enrolled 4-H Leaders are members of the Lake County 4-H Leaders Association. The 4-H Leaders Association meets three times a year (January, May and August).  The Association provides support to the Lake County 4-H Program through fundraising and establishing new programs.


4-H Leaders Association Meeting Minutes  

May 15, 2013 Minutes

January 17, 2013 Minutes

August 15, 2012 Minutes

May 22, 2012 Minutes

January 17, 2012 Minutes 


Resources for Leaders and Volunteers

e-Learning Course 

OSU 4-H Volunteer Homepage

Project Materials

4-H Parliamentary Procedures Script (PDF)

Smooth Sailing with Parliamentary Procedures PowerPoint

Keeping Your 4-H Year on Course PowerPoint

Training Reimbursement Form


Who are 4-H Adult Volunteers?

  • Adults who are interested in making a positive impact on youth
  • Adults who have an expertise they want to share with youth
  • Adults who want to learn new skills

What support do 4-H Adult Volunteer receive?

  • New Leader Training
  • Subject Matter Training
  • Support from 4-H faculty and staff
  • Support from other 4-H Adult Volunteers
  • Project books for leaders and members

How do I become a 4-H Adult Volunteer?

  • Choose your project of interest 
  • Complete a volunteer application form/Background Check (Available at the Extension Service)
  • Attend New Leader Training
  • Recruit club members!


Forms for Leaders can be found under the forms link on the left sidebar.