4-H Volunteers

Volunteers and parents help make 4-H possible. Without 4-H volunteers and parents the program would not have the mentors and leaders that 4-Hers need in order to learn the new skills that 4-H has to offer youth. With each volunteer comes knowledge, experiences, and skills which can be taught to 4-H youth and shared with the 4-H program "to make the best better." Volunteers and parents are a major reason for 4-H's success in youth development. Since 1902, parents and volunteers have helped the 4-H program develop successful leaders, build young minds, and set the path for 4-Hers to take the world by storm.

If you are interested in becoming a 4-H Volunteer, please contact the Extension Office at 419-354-9050 for more information.

4-H Volunteer Pledge

I pledge my Head to give children the information I can, to help them see things clearly and to make wise decisions.

I pledge my Heart to encourage and support children no matter whether they have success or disappointments.
I pledge my Hands to help children's groups; if I cannot be a leader, I can help in many equally important ways.
I pledge my Health to keep children strong and will for a better world through 4-H, for children's groups, our community, our country, and our world.

4-H Online Enrollment Resources

For all online enrollment questions please see our "4-H Online Enrollment" page

To run club reports, labels and other helpful items check out the helpful video from our friends in Hardin County:
4-H Online helpful videos for Volunteers

Forms For Potential Volunteers

Potential Volunteer Packet - (includes fingerprint information)
Fingerprint Reimbursement Form 
4-H Committee Application

Club Forms

Ohio 4-H Project Book Order Form
Club Charter
Club Constitution Information
Distinguished Club Information
Club News Reporter Form
Club Yearly Financial Report
Sales and Use Tax Blanket Exemption Certificate 

Quality Assurance

Wood County Quality Assurance Assistant Instructors
Assuring Quality Care for Animals - Power Point Presentation   

Insurance Information and Applications

American Income Life - Special Risk Division

Helpful Resources

Ohio 4-H Advisor's Handbook 
Learn about volunteering
Club Management Resources, Policies, and Procedures
Managing Club Finances 
Cloverbud Leaders
Officer Resources - Officer books and videos available online
Welcome to 4-H - A guide for new members
40 Questions you always wanted to know about Ohio 4-H
Project Books available for digital download
Project Central - Members can rate their project books and see samples of books online
Meetings Matter 
Club Agenda Planner
Ice Breakers-Get Acquainted Activities
Inspire Kids to Do - National 4-H Curriculum - 30 days of activities  
Making Clubs Better "20 Minutes at a Time" activities 
Wisconsin 4-H - Make your club meeting "Shake, Rattle and Roll"
4-H Mall - Shop here for 4-H items