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In 4-H, kids and adults spend time together, learning new skills, developing hidden talents, making new friends and having fun.
The goal of 4-H is to help kids develop as individuals and as responsible and productive citizens in their communities. Adult volunteers who spend time with 4-H kids are key in this process. They form the foundation on which productive citizens are made.
You'll be able to meet new people and travel to interesting places. 4-H volunteers have many opportunities to attend conferences, get training and learn new skills.
All OSU 4-H Volunteers must complete an application, criminal history check, and training. You can get started on the paperwork by downloading the documents below and submit them to the Oregon State University Extension Office at 2050 Lafayette Avenue, McMinnville, OR, 97128. If you have further questions please email Mike Knutz, 4-H Agent.
Required E-Learning Course (password = VOLUNTEER)