Volunteer Packet

•New Volunteer Applications and all corresponding paperwork and proof of fingerprints are due by December 1st – This will have everyone ready in time for Volunteer Trainings.


•Early Bird Volunteer Training. We will be hosting an Early BirdTraining on Thursday, December 12th at 6:00pm. During this training only, we will be offering Project Books at $1 off the regular price of book already in stock.

Second training will be January 11, 2020 at 9am at the Meigs County Extension. You must have preregistered.

Third and Final meeting will be January 16, 2020 at 6p, at the Meigs County Extension Office, You must preregister.

Please call our office for more information.



Volunteers and parents help make 4-H possible. Without 4-H volunteers and parents the program would not have the mentors and leaders that 4-Hers need in order to learn the new skills that 4-H has to offer youth. With each volunteer comes knowledge, experiences, and skills which can be taught to 4-H youth and shared with the 4-H program "to make the best better." Volunteers and parents are a major reason for 4-H's success in youth development. Since 1902, parents and volunteers have helped the 4-H program develop successful leaders, build young minds, and set the path for 4-Hers to take the world by storm.

To become a 4-H volunteer, you will be invited to special training meetings and will receive newsletters and other written materials to help you learn your responsibilities as a volunteer. Your County Extension Educator and current volunteers will mentor you too.

If you would like to learn more about becoming a 4-H volunteer, contact the Extension office in your county!


Please download the Volunteer Packet, complete and submitt to Meigs County Extension BEFORE December 1.




I pledge my Head to give children the information I can, to help them see things clearly and to make wise decisions.

I pledge my Heart to encourage and support children no matter whether they have success or disappointments.

I pledge my Hands to help children's groups; if I cannot be a leader, I can help in many equally important ways.

I pledge my Health to keep children strong and will for a better world through 4-H, for children's groups, our community, our country, and our world.

Learn How to Get Involved

The dedication and commitment of our volunteers make 4-H Youth Development possible. Volunteers generously offer their time, expertise and provide support for hundreds of 4-H programs all over Ohio.

There is no specific age requirement to be a 4-H Volunteer. Youth volunteers, with the emotional maturity and leadership ability necessary to function in a volunteer role, are important partners in Ohio 4-H programs.

Ohio 4-H works with a variety of individuals, with differing interests, skills and abilities, as 4-H volunteers. 

How to Become a Volunteer

Your local County Extension Educator is willing to share with you the steps it takes to become a 4-H Volunteer.  

Volunteer Training

In colaboration with Washington State University, Ohio volunteers can take part in an e-Learning Course to help you learn information about volunteering.  Ohio 4-H is dedicated to help you provide the best experience for our youth.