Interested in becoming a 4-H Volunteer? Applications are due February 1st, 2019

Volunteers help make 4-H possible and are an essential part of the overall program. More than 300,000 youth and adult volunteers participate in the Ohio 4-H program each year. 4-H volunteers have the opportunity to contribute their time, energies, talents, and knowledge to help develop youth in a positive, educational way.

The Logan County 4-H program is dependent on its incredible adult volunteers to reach the youth of our county. Each time a new volunteer gets involved with the 4-H program, the number of children that benefit from 4-H programs increases! Below are the opportunities for adult 4-H Volunteers and the application/selection process.

Opportunities for Adult 4-H Volunteers

Community Club Advisors & Project Club Advisors serve as a liaison between the Community or Project Club’s membership (ages 9-18) and the Logan County Extension Office regarding overall club management and leadership. This is the most common 4-H volunteer role.

Cloverbud Advisors serve as a liaison between the Cloverbuds Club’s membership (ages 5-8) and the Logan County Extension Office regarding overall club management and leadership.

Short-Term Volunteers help with county or statewide 4-H events such as school enrichment programs, livestock judging, project workshops, Ohio State Fair activities. 4-H Camping programs, etc...

4-H Volunteers and Parents may also serve on County Committees:

  • 4-H Advisory Council - supports & directs the Logan County 4-H program both financially and programmatically, elected at the 4-H Volunteer Banquet
  • Horse Council - supports Junior Fair and 4-H horse programs

Are you or someone you know interested in becoming a 4-H volunteer and helping a current 4-H club or starting your own? All 4-H volunteers must complete the Ohio 4-H volunteer screening process, which includes a completed background check and a volunteer training.

If you are interested in becoming a 4-H volunteer, please email Judy Slemmons at slemmons.10@osu.edu to begin the process or fill out the below forms and email Judy the completed form.


Community/Project Club advisor

Please fill out the following packet and please return to slemmons.10@osu.edu by February 1st, 2019 or to the Logan County Extension Office at 1100 S. Detroit St., Bellefontaine, OH 43311.

Cloverbud advisor

***Application coming

 

short-term volunteers

***Application Coming

 

county committees

***Information Coming


Miscellaneous forms