Interested in becoming a 4-H Volunteer? Applications for 2022 are due December, 31st, 2021.

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 after are the applications.

Opportunities for Adult 4-H Volunteers

4-H Club Organizational Volunteer serves in a leadership role providing overall club management for membership (ages 9-18) and serves as the primary liaison between the OSU Extension Office, other club volunteers, members, and families.

4-H Club Volunteer (Project or Activity) supports the Organizational Club Volunteer for club members (ages 9-18) and provides a variety of services depending on the need of the 4-H program. Role determined in coordination with the OSU Extension Office and Organizational Club Volunteer.

4-H Club Financial Volunteer supports the Organizational Club Volunteer for club members (ages 9-18) specifically in the area of club financial management. Exact role determined in coordination with the OSU Extension Office and Organizational Club Volunteer.

4-H Cloverbud Volunteer provides non-competitive activities in tandem with an established 4-H Club for Cloverbud members (ages 5-8). Work with the Organizational Club Volunteer and the OSU Extension Office regarding overall Cloverbud activities. (4-H Clubs offering Cloverbuds must have a volunteer assigned as the Cloverbud Volunteer)

Logan County 4-H Volunteer International County Coordinator (ICC) supports and works in partnership with OSU Extension and other ICCs, host families, members, and international visitors in conducting meaningful educational experiences and developing youth members’ life skills to reach their fullest potential for international students visiting Logan County.
Serve in a leadership role providing support to the 4-H International program for Logan County.

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 volunteer training.

If you are interested in becoming a 4-H volunteer, please email Stephanie Knight at to begin the process or fill out the below forms and email Stephanie the completed form.

APPLICATIONS - Due December 31, 2021

4-H Club Organizational Volunteer

4-H Club Volunteer (Project or Activity)

4-H Club Financial Volunteer

4-H Cloverbud Volunteer

Logan County 4-H Volunteer International County Coordinator

Short-Term Volunteer - contact Justin Bower at


2022 Volunteer Standards of Behavior

2022 4-H Volunteer Criminal History Fingerprint Background Check Procedure

Request for Copy of Ohio Background Check

  • *This request form can only be used if you have submitted fingerprints in the past 12 months for working with children, working with the elderly, or certain types of licensing.