4-H Volunteer Training offered Online

4-H volunteers with two previous, continuous years of volunteer experience (2016 and 2017) may complete their required training online!

About the Online Training

  • Completed online through 4HOnline (software we use for enrollment)
  • Please plan 90—120 minutes. The time needed will vary by person. The training does not need to be done in one sitting – you may leave the training at the end of any module.  It is not recommended to leave mid-module.  Firefox is required to run the training modules.
  • To meet the training requirements you must complete three modules
    1. Year 1 OSU Policy 1.50 Child Abuse and Neglect Training
    2. OSU Policy 1.50 Child Abuse and Neglect Quiz
    3. Any additional module of your choice (8 Key Elements, Club Financials, Club Structure, Membership, Name & Emblem or Mission, Vision and Values)
  • Click here for the online training instructions.

Awesome Opportunity for Volunteer Training

Attention 4-H Volunteers!

Mark your calendars for a multi-county volunteer and 4-H club officer training on February 22.  Kirk Bloir and Lucinda Miller from the state office will present at volunteer break out sessions and Collegiate 4-H will conduct officer training.

Topics include:

  • Policy 1.50 – with Kirk Bloir
  • Ohio State Fair Updates for: Cats, Caged Animals, Dogs, Rabbits (Rabbit Quiz Bowl) and Poultry (Poultry Judging & Avian Bowl) – with Lucinda Miller
  • Ohio State Fair Updates for: Food & Nutrition and Clothing
  • Community Service Ideas
  • How to Run an Effective Club Meeting
  • Club Officer Training – with Collegiate 4-H

Don’t miss this exciting opportunity for youth and adult volunteers! Register today at go.osu.edu/mveera.

Online 4-H Volunteer Training

Clermont County will be offering online training for 4-H Volunteers.  It is our hope that this option will provide an easy to use, alternate opportunity for volunteers to complete training.  At least one volunteer from each club must still attend an in person training to receive updates and materials.  Watch your email for more details.

Thank YOU Clermont County 4-H Volunteers!

Volunteers are an essential resource and we were pleased to come together Friday evening in recognition of all the great advisors, parents, youth and community partners that make Clermont County 4-H possible.

Clermont County 4-H is fortunate to have 226 volunteers working with youth in 38 community clubs; we’re thankful for each and everyone of them.  We were proud to present Brenda Bayne and Mary Huddle with the Clermont County 4-H Committee Leadership and Service Award.  Brenda is the head advisor of Ruff ‘n Stuff 4-H’ers and serves as an active member of the Clermont County 4-H Committee. Mary is the head advisor of the Young Riders 4-H Club, serves as the Horse Consultant for the Clermont County Junior Fair and is an active member of the Clermont County Horse Committee. Both Brenda and Mary are dedicated leaders who ignite a spark in the next generation by sharing their passion, knowledge and skills.
Thank you to everyone who came to celebrate and to those who continue to give unselfishly of their timeand talent to make the best of Clermont County 4-H even better!



Celebrating Volunteers!

Join us in celebrating fantastic youth and adult volunteers at the 2017 Appreciation Dinner hosted by Clermont County 4-H Committee Friday, November 17, at 6:30pm at 4-H Hall.  RSVP to OSU Extension 513-732-7070 or clark.2652@osu.edu by Monday, November 6.

Celebrating is S’MORE Fun with Friends, RSVP today!

Clermont County Master Gardener Volunteer Training – Fall 2017

Image result for ohio master gardenerYou could be a Master Gardener if:

  • You want to learn more about plants and gardening.
  • You are eager to participate in a practical and intensive training program.
  • You enjoy sharing your knowledge with others.
  • You have the time to attend training and serve your community as a volunteer.

The Master Gardener Program
The Master Gardener Program provides intensive training in horticulture to interested gardeners who then volunteer their time assisting with educational programs and activities for Ohio residents through their local Ohio State University Extension county office.

For more information and to register click this link: Master Gardener Registration 2017-1n9m0hz