Volunteer / Start a 4-H Club
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Registration for the NED 4-H Volunteers Leaders Fall Day is coming out soon. If you are interested in attending, please contact Sandy Hall, Amy Ormond or Brenda Wind.
DEADLINE to turn into Sandy Hall is Monday, November 28th
DEADLINE to turn into Sandy Hall is Monday, October 31st.
Nash County 4-H Needs You!
Volunteers are the key to success in the Nash County 4-H program. Whether you’re interested in starting a club and becoming a club leader or just have a few hours to invest in upcoming 4-H programs, we have challenging and fun jobs for adults and teens who want to make a difference. Here’s a list of current Nash County 4-H Clubs.
4-H Empowers Youth With the
Skills to Lead for a Lifetime
In 4‑H, we believe in the power of young people. We see that every child has valuable strengths and real influence to improve the world around us. Through non-formal, research-based, and hands-on educational activities, 4-H participants gain knowledge and life skills enabling them to become positive, productive, capable, and compassionate members of their communities. 4-H provides opportunities for youth ages 5-18 years old.
Become a 4-H Volunteer Today!
4-H Online Volunteer Enrollment
Please Note: All 4-H volunteers who work directly with youth in any unsupervised capacity (i.e., club leaders chaperones, etc.) are required to complete and pass a background check and have a current Volunteer Application on file with their local 4-H office.
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Virtual Volunteer Training Series
North Carolina 4-H will be hosting a bimonthly virtual volunteer training series for all 4-H volunteers. All registration will be done through 4-H Online and sessions will be held over Zoom. In order to participate in these sessions, participants are expected to have a computer camera (with the camera turned on) and a microphone. If a participant does not have this capability, please reach out and we will chat.
After each session, those that attend the entire session and participate, will receive a link to a session quiz. If the quiz is taken within a week and the participant scores a 90% or higher they will receive an electronic certificate of training completion for their volunteer record. If a volunteer successfully completes all 6 trainings (including the quizzes), they will receive a mailed certificate, a 4-H volunteer nametag and other items they can use in their work as a 4-H volunteer. The 6 sessions which will be offered are some of the 4-H foundation topics that all volunteers need to know.
These trainings are free of charge and open to all NC 4-H Volunteers. Each session is entered as a different “event” in 4-H Online. Registration will close 7 days prior to the session date and a specific Zoom link will be sent for each session to all registered participants.
I hope you will register and take advantage of this training opportunity!
If you have any questions about these sessions please reach out to Sarah Kotzian.
Sarah Hardison Kotzian, Ph.D.
Youth and Adult Citizenship and Engagement Specialist
(919)515-8480 – Voice l (919)515-3483 – Fax