Let’s complete the 4-H Online Enrollment for 2019! As a reminder, all volunteers need to update their information by visiting oh.4honline.com.
We are currently at 38 volunteers who have completed their enrollment for 2019. In order to be approved, volunteers need to be cleared with current background check and have completed a training (in-person or online). The deadline to update this in March 1.
The 100th approved volunteer will win a 4-H goodie bag and a Subway gift card.
For the second year, we will be offering a volunteer training with a youth component!
Training will take place February 28 at 7:00 p.m. at the Warren County Career Center. Please register at go.osu.edu/2019multicountytraining
Quality Assurance will be offered! Don’t miss out. An additional teen session would be for teen trips and state opportunities.
In addition, all volunteers still needing the required 1.50 training, this is the place to go. This will meet the annual requirement.
Additional breakout sessions include Cloverbud Volunteer training, Cake Decorating/Creative Arts updates, Growing Great Qualities in Kids, and Woodworking.
Don’t miss out!
It is sounding like snow this weekend! It might be the perfect weekend to get your 4-H enrollment completed. Just as a reminder, all youth and volunteers need to visit oh.4honline.com to complete their yearly enrollment.
Are you a volunteer? Consider completing your training this weekend.
Directions are posted here.
Volunteer trainings start next week! It is hard to believe we are getting ready to start another great year of 4-H.
Just a reminder, here are the dates for volunteer trainings.
In addition, there is an online option for volunteers. Please see attachment for details.
Let us know if you have any questions!
Happy New Year!
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 for youth.
- 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!
It is free but we need you to register at go.osu.edu/mveera.
Stay warm today and complete your required volunteer training from the comfort of your couch. For volunteers who have been active for 2016 and 2017 are able to complete required training online. Here are the directions. All training (in-person or online) must be completed by Feb. 22.
Just a reminder that we have another 4-H volunteer training at 5:00 followed by 4-H Online Club Advisor training at 6, tomorrow, Wednesday, January 10 at the Extension Office.
If you have a laptop, you might want to bring it. This might help so you can follow along. We can help get everyone connected to the internet.
See you there!
Use the cold weather to complete your online volunteer training! Stay inside your warm house and follow these directions. Click here.
Let us know if you have any questions!
The newest edition of the Ohio 4-H Cloverbud Connections Newsletter is now posted to the website: www.go.osu.edu/cbc
Ohio 4-H Cloverbud Connections has been a resource for 4-H volunteers and Extension staff since the 1990’s. The newsletter started as a print version and later transitioned to a blended online and printable resource. The quarterly resource has grown to include a variety of Click it, Print it, Do it activities that are easily accessible and readily available for volunteers. The editors are pleased to announce a new format that will allow readers to subscribe to the site and receive an email notification when new posts are added. The site is searchable by keywords and topic to help readers find content. New posts will be added monthly rather than quarterly in the previous format. The new format will continue to provide a unique blend of education, activities, and fun to build and challenge 4-H Cloverbud Volunteers teaching kindergarten through second-grade youth. Follow this link to visit and enroll – http://u.osu.edu/cloverbudconnections/
Be sure to mark your calendars for a Multi-County 4-H Club Officer and Volunteer Training! Click here for more information.
It will take place on Thursday, February 22 at 7:00. There will be a variety of breakout sessions for both volunteers and for club officers.
Check out the flyer for all of the information! Hope to see you there.