Volunteer with 4-H
Become a Volunteer
Volunteer Leaders are organizers, teachers and mentors to the youth in the 4-H program. Leaders work with Extension to create educational programming through club meetings, community service projects, events, activities, and learning-by-doing projects. Leaders give of their time and resources while working with the local 4-H Extension Agent to create programs in their community. To be a 4-H Volunteer Leader, you must be 19 years of age and have completed the following:
- 4-H Enrollment Volunteer Leader Application
- 4-H Volunteer Disclosure and Consent Form
- 4-H Volunteer Agreement and Standards of Behavior
As well as, pass the leaders certification process, and be approved by MSU Extension. Leaders under 21 cannot chaperone youth on overnight trips. Re-enrolling 4-H volunteers must complete a Personal Background form annually. Check with the local county extension staff for more information on becoming a leader. There are a wide range of roles to choose from, all with varied levels of commitment.
Other Adult Volunteers
Help with transportation, management, or recruitment. They may also serve as elected or appointed officers or committee members for the county council.