We’re so happy you’re interested in joining Washington 4-H!
Follow these steps to enroll in 4-H:
- Find a club! Not all clubs offer all projects, so find a club that offers leadership in a project you’re interested in. If you can’t find a club, you are welcome to start your own club! Work with your local county extension office to find a club or start your own.
- Decide on your project(s)! There are numerous different project opportunities for 4-H members to participate in and with self-determined projects, the opportunities can be endless! View a list of projects here.
- Enroll in 4-H through 4HOnline! Washington 4-H uses 4HOnline to manage member enrollments. You can access the website here. If you have any questions about enrolling in 4HOnline, contact your local county extension office for help.
- Get involved and have fun! To get the most of your 4-H experience, attend meetings and events and get involved.
Need help? The following resource documents are a useful tool to walk you through the enrollment process.
Adding Credit Cards to 4HOnline:
Thank you Cowlitz County for these help guides.
The 4-H Program Policy has been updated beginning October 1, 2016. Read the updated policy here.
You can view the statistics for our program by clicking on the year:
Notes on the data:
“Total (with duplications included)” (pg.1) is the count of how many times a youth a participated in 4-H programming, and may include duplication. For example, if a youth was in a 4-H club and also went to a 4-H camp, they may be included twice in this number.
“Total 4-H Youth Participants (duplications eliminated) (pg. 2) is the count of youth who participated in all 4-H programming, but excludes any duplicated youth. Using the example above, the youth who was in a club and went to a camp would only be counted once here.