A caring and supportive relationship with an adult is a critical component of the 4-H youth development program. 4-H youth thrive because of you! 4-H relies on many types of volunteers to make our programming great! Types of volunteer opportunities include: Club Leaders, Project Leaders, Resource Leaders, and Event Volunteers.
Volunteer commitment is usually about 4-6 hours a month for Club meetings, meeting preparation, and other 4-H activities. This fall we are especially needing more 4-H leaders for robotics, small animal and Cloverbuds and are also needing more leaders in the Blue River, Oakridge and Florence areas!
Enroll as a 4-H Volunteer!
4-H Adult Volunteer enrollment is open September 1st through December 31! Interested in volunteering? Sign up here and we will contact you about next steps: https://beav.es/TWu
Both new and returning leaders enroll as 4-H Volunteers each year starting in September. The enrollment process includes:
- Youth Safety Training
- Lane County 4-H Volunteer Training
- Criminal History Check (every 2 years)
- Providing 3 references (new volunteers only)
Email [email protected] for more information about becoming a volunteer!