2023-2024 4-H Member and Volunteer Enrollment Starts Now!

Wow! Is it that time already? It seems like the summer just ended!

Changes in 2024:

  • Cloverbuds are to enroll in project “710 Cloverbud Activities”. DO NOT enroll in ANY OTHER PROJECT. Projects listed under cloverbud profiles that differ from 710 Cloverbud Activites will be REMOVED after enrollment.
  • New Projects in 2024: (210) Animals in Action, (356) Relationships 101, (186) Gymkhana, (187) Roping
  • If you are a “Project Volunteer” you now have your own project! It is called “COP-Adult” project. IT IS AT THE BOTTOM OF THE LIST! You do not need to list each project you cover, please only select this new project.
  • Volunteers who serve on a Committee ONLY, your club will be your committee, and you are considered a club volunteer: “Resource Volunteer”.

Other Reminders:

  • Carcass projects for swine, lamb, goat, beef are listed as COP projects, and are found AT THE BOTTOM OF THE PROJECT LIST!
  • Enrollments are DUE April 1st, 2024 at 11:59pm. If you do not submit a profile by this date, you are ineligible to participate in Portage County 4-H for the 2023-2024 season.
  • Volunteers who receive letters in the mail indicating that you need a new background check, please enroll before you get screened, so we have a profile to link your BCI to. Background checks must be completed by February 15th, 2024.

To Access your EXISTING family profile OR to create a NEW family profile, click on this link: https://v2.4honline.com/

New Family/Profile STEP BY STEP GUIDE 

RETURNING Member: How to Re-Enroll Instructions

**If you have difficulty logging in, either due to a forgotten password or email, DO NOT CREATE A NEW FAMILY PROFILE** We can help you find the right information, just give us a call or send me an email! Please know that we are down staff members, so please be patient. We will get back to you as soon as we can!

Call: 330-296-6432, leave a message for Jesseca Housel

Email: housel.15@osu.edu




Cloverbud Leader: This role focuses on providing non-competitive experiences that meet the special needs and interests of youth 5

through 8 years old. Talk with your county Extension professional to find out more about the requirements to become a Cloverbud

Volunteer in your county. *Training required- you may mark cloverbud volunteer prior to receiving training.

Organizational Club Leader: The lead volunteer of the club serves as the primary contact between the club and the county Extension

office and gives leadership to managing and organizing club experiences.

Project Leader: This volunteer role is responsible for teaching knowledge and skills for project area(s). Share your skills, talents, and

special interests in a single project area. Examples include clothing, dogs, rabbits, horses, bicycling, computers, woodworking,

photography, etc.

Resource Volunteer: This volunteer coordinates club activities such as community service, fund raising, trips and tours, promotional

activities, recognition programs, family nights, and more. This also includes those who are ONLY Committee Volunteers.

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