Interested in volunteering?
As a 4-H volunteer, you can choose your involvement level; club leaders and after-school leaders may meet once a month with youth, whereas volunteering at a day camp may only require a 1-week commitment, the possibilities are endless. To learn more visit our Volunteer Opportunities or contact the 4-H help desk at 503-821-1119.
Please contact us by email or phone (503-821-1119) so that we can help get you started on your paperwork.
The processing of each volunteer application takes several weeks due to background and reference checks. This wait time is a good opportunity to attend the required New Volunteer Training and to complete the required e-Learning Modules.
To access 4-H Volunteer e-Learning, go to http://4h.wsu.edu/volunteertraining
1. Go to the left panel and click on the box "4-H Volunteer e-Learning Course."
2. Complete the four boxes:
a. First Name
b. Last Name
c. State (choose from the drop down menu)
d. Type in password (VOLUNTEER)
3. Click on "About 4-H" to begin learning in the first of the four e-Learning Modules.
At the completion of each module, when you click submit, you will receive an email to announce the completion of that module. (If you close or log out without pushing submit, there will be no record of your learning). When the Certificate of Completion is on the screen, you may enter the appropriate County Name, and click the submit button, and print that certificate for your records. A staff member at the State 4-H Office and your local County Extension office will receive the notification that you have completed a specific e-Learning Module.
Each module involves interactive learning and requires 15-20+ minutes to complete, depending on the amount of 4-H or youth development experience the learner has.