4-H Leader Resources
August 14, 2013
If you're a leader of your local 4-H program, there is a plethora of online resources for you to get started and help you succeed. On the 4-H website, you should take a look at the documents under "Volunteers" or your specific club program area to find the materials that best suit your needs. Here are a few of the general resources you may need in getting your club up and running:
Member and Volunteer Enrollment
Enrollment is handled online through the 4-H Online system. 4-H volunteers and families of 4-H youth should enroll themselves using this system. To access 4-H Online, they will need a computer, internet access, a valid e-mail address and a web browser. If someone in your club needs assistance accessing the internet, please contact your county MSU Extension office.
- Only volunteers who have been through the MSU Extension Volunteer Selection Process should enroll online. Individuals interested in becoming a 4-H volunteer should complete the volunteer forms below.
For more information on using 4-H Online, access the 4-H Online Family Guide and/or the 4-H Online Volunteer Guide. If you have previously enrolled in 4-H Online and are looking to re-enroll, view the Steps for Re-enrollment.
Related Topic Areas
Alger County 4-H, Arenac County 4-H, Baraga County 4-H, Barry County 4-H, Bay County 4-H, Benzie County 4-H, Berrien County 4-H, Branch County 4-H, Cass County 4-H, Cheboygan County 4-H, Clinton County 4-H, Delta County 4-H, Eaton County 4-H, Emmet County 4-H, Grand Traverse County 4-H, Gratiot County 4-H, Huron County 4-H, Ingham County 4-H, Ionia County 4-H, Monroe County 4-H