Volunteers

The dedication and commitment of our volunteers make 4-H Youth Development possible. Volunteers generously offer their time, expertise and provide support for hundreds of 4-H programs all over Ohio.

There is no specific age requirement to be a 4-H Volunteer. Youth volunteers, with the emotional maturity and leadership ability necessary to function in a volunteer role, are important partners in Ohio 
4-H programs.
Ohio 4-H works with a variety of individuals, with differing interests, skills and abilities, as 4-H volunteers. See how you can get involved and then contact your local County Extension Educator.
Six Ways to Volunteer
Advise a diverse group of youth and share your skills, talents and special interests.
Levels of Involvement
Choose how much time you're willing to share with others...from short term events to long term involvement with a club.
How to Become a Volunteer
Your local County Extension Educator is willing to share with you the steps it takes to become a 4-H Volunteer.  

Volunteer Training

In colaboration with Washington State University, Ohio volunteers can take part in an e-Learning Course to help you learn information about volunteering.  Ohio 4-H is dedicated to help you provide the best experience for our youth.  For log-in information contact your County 4-H Educator!  

    

 

The Ohio 4-H Volunteer Conference 

The 2014 Ohio 4-H Volunteer Conference and Bob Evans Farms Recognition Luncheon will take place at the Columbus Convention Center on March 8, 2014. This event is designed to bring together 4-H Volunteers from across the State of Ohio. The objective of this event is to learn together and from each other in order to improve our abilities to deliver the Ohio 4-H Program to its members.