New 4-H Volunteer Requirements
Adults interested in becoming a volunteer with the Greene County 4-H program must complete several steps. These steps do not need to be done in sequence, but must all be completed before an adult begins working with youth in our county.
Please read and complete the following steps in order to be a 4-H Volunteer:
Volunteer Application (Complete online application below)
An Ohio BCI / Background check will need to be completed prior to becoming a volunteer. Please do not complete this until the interview has taken place.After we have received references back, we will schedule a meeting.
- All 4-H volunteers and committee members are required to attend one mandatory training each year. Look at the e-news for dates and topics or call the office.
4-H Volunteer Opportunities
Please review these position descriptions for more information on duties and responsibilities.
Resources for Current Volunteers
Check this resource guide out. There are a variety of answers about running a 4-H club. Access this website to make sure you are on track. This website will help you "Make the Best Better" for all of Greene County youth!
Planning for the Year
- Review the Greene Clover for important dates
- Virtual Meeting Agenda
- Virtual Recreation Resource
- Community Service During Social Distancing
- Zoom Best Practices:
Schedule your meetings to help 4-H members meet these deadlines. For example, 4-H project enrollments are due in March, so plan to hold a club meeting in late February for members to finalize project choices.
Getting it All Done
Include members and parents in coordinating projects and committees. Ask for help! Parents will often help when asked; sometimes they just do not know what to do to help you.
Use an agenda at every meeting. Write the agenda on poster-board or dry-erase board or make a copy for each member. Follow parliamentary procedures at meetings.
Volunteers are truly a gift to be treasured! Thank you for your time, dedication, and commitment to Ohio State University Extension and Greene County 4-H!
You are "Making the Best Better!"