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  • Volunteer Learning Modules

    Published on October 4, 2021
    Orientation and training are vital components of onboarding new volunteers and ongoing training allows experienced volunteers to gain additional knowledge and skills. MSU Extension has a variety of required and optional learning modules for volunteers.

  • MSU Extension 4-H Volunteer Guide to Re-Enrollment

    Published on May 20, 2021
    Michigan 4-H volunteers can use this helpful guide to ensure they have completed all necessary steps in order to begin engaging as a volunteer in a new program year!

  • MSU Extension Volunteer Communicating Through Conflict Training

    Published on May 27, 2021
    This training is required for all Active Gold and Active Silver MSU Extension volunteers who wish to participate in face-to-face meetings or events. This training can be completed in Volunteer Central or by contacting an MSU Extension professional.

  • Completing an Application

    Published on October 28, 2020
    A guide to creating a user account and completing a volunteer application within MSU Extension Volunteer Central.

  • MSU Extension Volunteer Selection Process (VSP)

    Published on April 13, 2021
    MSU Extension is firmly committed to the safety of those who take part in our programming by providing a thorough screening, selection and training process for MSU Extension volunteers.

  • Annual Compliance Proxy Authorization

    Published on March 18, 2021
    This process allows a volunteer to authorize an MSU Extension staff member to log in to the volunteer’s Volunteer Central profile while talking on the phone to update information and authorize various compliance components on their own behalf.

  • MSU Extension Volunteer Code of Conduct

    Published on August 18, 2020
    This document has the volunteer code of conduct, a media release and a medical form, all of which need to completed by MSU Extension volunteers.