All Ferry County 4-H Leaders are invited and encouraged to attend the Ferry County Leaders’ Council meetings. They are normally held the 3rd Thursday of the month at 6 pm in the WSU Ferry County Extension Office in the Courthouse. Meetings can be found on our events calendar on the WSU Ferry County Extension homepage, as well.
- Enrollment Information for leaders, members and starting a new club.
- WSP Screen for all volunteers and leaders is mandatory. WSP Screen Document.
- Volunteer Leader Training – All leaders are required to attend trainings. We offer training sessions once or twice a year and leaders also complete a course online. Contact us on how to get started.
- Put the Child First – Mandatory 4-H State Child Protection Training.
- 4-H Club Leader Position Description
- Reporting Volunteer Hours Don’t forget to input your hours each month into the WSU Volunteer Database. Only those volunteers actively enrolled and submitting hours are covered by L&I while volunteering for approved 4-H events.
- Year End Tax Filing Requirements – Annual Financial Summary Report
National 4-H Strategic Plan – 4-H Youth Development: A 2025 Vision
A world in which youth and adults learn, grow, and work together as catalysts for positive change.
4-H Grows: A Promise to America’s Kids
In 2025, 4-H will reflect the population demographics, vulnerable populations, diverse needs and social conditions of the country. This vision has the elements of inclusion, caring adults, serving at minimum 1 in 5 youth, and the volunteers and staff reflect the diversity of the population.
4-H empowers youth to reach their full potential working and learning in partnership with caring adults. The mission of 4-H is to provide meaningful opportunities for all youth and adults to work together to create sustainable community change. This is accomplished within three primary content areas, or mission areas – civic engagement and leadership, healthy living, and science. These mission areas reiterate the founding purposes of Extension through agriculture (e.g., community leadership, quality of life, and technology transfer) in the context of 21st century challenges and opportunities.
Leader of the Year Award
Our “Leader of the Year” is always someone with an avid devotion to 4-H. Nominations MUST be made by a current 4-H Leader. Applications are available in the sidebar on the right side of this page.