A Few Snowy Day Lawrence County 4-H Reminders

Hello All:

Just wanted to send out a few quick reminders:

Applications Due February 1: Teens, 14 and up, interested in serving as a Camp Counselor need to submit their application by February 1st. Applications and more information can be found here: Online Survey Software | Qualtrics Survey Solutions

Volunteer Training Requirements: All volunteer training requirements and options can be found here: Lawrence County 4-H | “To Make The Best Better” (osu.edu) Training will need to be completed by March 15th and before you can be accepted in the oh.4honline.com system. If you are one of the volunteers required to complete your BCI again this year, please go ahead and enroll so that you will be pending in the system. This makes it easier for OSU HR to find you and connect your BCI to your profile. If you or someone you know would like to become a 4-H volunteer, process information can be found here: Become a Lawrence County 4-H Volunteer | Lawrence (osu.edu)

4-H Member and Volunteer Enrollment: Due March 15th, enroll at oh.4honline.com. Everyone must re-enroll each year.

Lawrence County 4-H Senior Scholarship is due April 15th. Applications can be found at: Online Survey Software | Qualtrics Survey Solutions

Lawrence County 4-H Volunteer & Member Guidebook: Don’t forget to check out the guidelines for the 2021-2022 4-H Year in our guidebook found – PowerPoint Presentation (osu.edu)

Lawrence County Junior Fair Rules & more Quality Assurance Options are available at: Lawrence County Fair | Lawrence (osu.edu)

If you have any questions, please call me at 740-533-4322 or email fraley.171@osu.edu



2022 Lawrence County 4-H Volunteer Training Requirements

Hello on this snowy Friday,

As we are quickly approaching our busy club meeting season & enrollment deadline is just a little over two months away – I wanted to remind you of the volunteer training requirement this year.

Volunteers must complete a “4-H Hot Topic”, educational training and complete the Policy 1.50 online course. Policy 1.50 should be available by the end of this month and we have a few different remaining options for the “4-H Hot Topic” training. Options for “Hot Topic” training include:

  1. Lawrence County 4-H Volunteer Training Video. Volunteers may watch this 30ish minute “Hot Topic”” recording: https://go.osu.edu/2022lawco4hvolunteertraining The powerpoint shared in the video, with live web links, can be found here: https://go.osu.edu/2022lawco4hvolunteertrainingppt Then, complete the survey shared at the end of the video presentation to receive credit for the required 2022 Volunteer Training. This option is great for those of you who prefer an online, on your own time, training opportunity.
  2. Ohio Valley 4-H EERA Virtual Training, Wednesday, January 26 at 6:30 p.m. Register at https://go.osu.edu/volunteertraining to get the ZOOM connection link. Educators, including me, will be sharing some helpful club resources and information and you will have the opportunity to connect with volunteers around the region.
  3. Lawrence County 4-H Volunteer Training, February 15th at 6:00pm. This meeting will be held in-person at the Symmes Valley library. This training will focus on offering Quality Assurance in your club. This training is required to allow 4-H members to complete QA in your club.  To rsvp visit:  https://go.osu.edu/feb2022lawcovolunteertrainingrsvp

Volunteer must attend one “Hot Topic” Training yearly.

Also, don’t forget – all volunteers must enroll at http://oh.4honline.com each year!

If you have any questions – please let me know.

Thank you all 🙂 Hope you have a great weekend!