4-H Enrollment 2014-2015

 GETTING STARTED IN 4-H:   Pathways to Possibilities, 4-H WINS! (Trifold informational brochure)
The 2014/15 4-H Year begins October 1. If you are new to 4-H and are looking for an active club to join next year, Leader Directories are available in the Extension Office.
STEP 1: FIND A CLUB in your area of interest (4-H Project). STEP 2: ENROLLMENT/ANNUAL FEE

AGE REQUIREMENT:  Jackson County has numerous clubs in the traditional 4-H program. Most clubs are project-oriented, for grades 4-12. Some are mixed project or community clubs. Youth must currently  be at least 9 years old (Grade 4) by September 1, 2014, to enroll.
***K-3: Kindergarten through Grade 3 youth must wait until the following year(s).


 Enrollment in 4-H clubs for 2014-15 begins in October 1, 2015.
If paid by Jan 31st
 Feb. 1st

4TH - 12TH Grade
(first 2 youths in family)

$30.00 each

$35.00 each
3rd child, or more per family
4th-12th grade
 $10.00 each

$2.00 each
Trained only**

***K-Grade 3
$2.00 each
*To participate in the County Fair, enrollments must be received in the office, and fees paid, by March 14, 2015.
**NOTE—We NO LONGER take enrollment fees/forms for adult volunteers who have not taken the basic 5½-hour 4-H Leader Training. Once a leader has been trained and has passed OSU’s criminal background screening, we will accept their enrollment
***Although K-3 kids may be active as 4-H Cloverbuds, Jackson County currently does not have any enrolled/active clubs for the K-3 level. Any participation at this level in 4-12 clubs is at the discretion of the individual club leader.



MEMBER ENROLLMENT 4-page form    
This 4-page (revised for 2014-15) form is the complete member enrollment form that includes Health form, Code of Conduct, Acknowledgement of Risk and Waiver of Liability (no other forms are needed for enrollment).

Leader enrollment 4-page form

This 4-page (revised for 2014-15) form is the complete leader enrollment form that includes Health form, Volunteer Agreement, Code of Ethics, and Conditions of Volunteer (no other forms are needed for enrollment).


To create a new club of your own, contact Anne Manlove or Diane Miller at the 4-H Office (Southern Oregon Research and Extension Center in Jackson County) 541-776-7371, or use these e-mail links:dale.larson@oregonstate.edudiane.miller@oregonstate.edu

4-H HORSE (links you to the 4-Horse Program main page)
Special forms and information specifically relating to the horse program are found on this site.

SPANISH ENROLLMENT FORMS- State 4-H Enrollment Website




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