Become a 4-H Volunteer

Mentor - Partner - Guide - GROW!

4-H VOLUNTEERS NEEDED!

Lane County 4-H is growing, but our clubs are overflowing! We need more adult volunteers to support our eager new 4-H members! Can you spare a few hours each month? You don’t have to be an expert, just enjoy working with youth. Check out our open positions, or create a new group around your personal interests! Call 541-344-5043 or email Emily Anderson to learn more.

OPEN POSITIONS:

  • Photography Group Leader – North Lane
  • Primary Club Leader – Emerald (Eugene) Community Club
  • Assistant Club Leader – Emerald (Eugene) Community Club
  • Cloverbud Group Leader – Springfield Community Club
  • Cloverbud Group Leader – Mapleton Community Club
  • Primary Club Leader – South Lane Community Club
  • Rabbit Project Group Leader – Thurston Community Club
  • Poultry/Eggs Project Group Leader – Thurston Community Club
  • Photography Project Group Leader - Junction City Community Club
  • Sheep Project Group Leader - Junction City Community Club
  • Goat Project Group Leader - Junction City Community Club
  • Cloverbud Project Group Leader – West Lane Community Club
  • Swine Project Group Leader – West Lane Community Club
  • Sheep Project Group Leader – West Lane Community Club
  • Beef Project Group Leader – West Lane Community Club
  • Small Animal Project Group Leader – West Lane Community Club
  • Baking Project Group Leader – West Lane Community Club
  • Beef Superintendent
  • Lego-Robotics Project Group Leader
  • Junior Master Gardener Coordinator
  • Junior Master Naturalist Instructor
  • 4-H Association Fundraising Committee Member

 

If you believe . . .

  • youth learn best through practical, hands-on activities
  • youth should be partners with adults in the educational process 
  • youth benefit from being fully engaged in decision-making processes 

then we'd like to encourage you to become a Lane County 4-H volunteer!

Helping young people become successful, caring, productive citizens can be one of the most rewarding experiences you will ever have.

Become a 4-H Volunteer!

  • Contact our office and let us know how you would like to help
  • Fill out an application and background check - see below
  • Complete an online training - find details in your application packet
  • Attend an in-person training - we'll contact you with the next training date once all of the above is complete
  • Questions? Call or email Emily Anderson or Patty Driscoll at 541-344-5043

Volunteer Roles: Community Club, Project, Assistant, and Resource Leaders

New 4-H Volunteer Application and Background Check (a new volunteer must complete both the application and background check forms)