4-H Volunteers

Are you interested in becoming a 4-H volunteer? 

Volunteers make 4-H possible! If we didn’t have volunteers, who would lead our youth in learning the skills that 4-H has to offer? Volunteers and parents play a huge role in the success of 4-H youth development!

If you would like to become a 4-H volunteer, please fill out the 4-H Volunteer Application and return to the Extension Office. References and a BCI background check are required.

Volunteer Standards of Behavior

Volunteer Roles

Organizational Club Volunteer

Advise a diverse group of 4-H members, enrolled in a variety of projects.

Cloverbud Volunteer

Lead children, in grades K-2, through hands-on learning activities, as they develop social skills, learn and grow.

Program Volunteer

Support and work in partnership with 4-H professionals, extension staff, volunteers and members in conducting meaningful educational experiences and developing youth members’ life skills to reach their fullest potential.

Project/Resource Volunteer

Share your skills, talents and special interests in a single project area. For example: clothing, dogs, rabbits, horses, bicycling, computers, wood working, photography, etc.

Teen Volunteers

Serve as a teen leader, camp counselor, and/or a junior fair board member.