BECOME A 4-H LEADER
4-H programs reach out to kids and their families to build skills for life. Your time, knowledge, and heart for youth could make the difference in the quality of life in our community. Adult volunteers play an important role in the 4-H program. Volunteers coordinate local community clubs, and help to conduct local, regional, state and national 4-H events. Garfield County Extension will provide you with the support and training you will need along the way.
There are many ways to volunteer, just ask!
We are excited to get new volunteers, so please call the WSU Garfield County Extension Office at (509) 843-3701 to discuss becoming a volunteer.
Leaders must also complete 4-H Leader Volunteer on-line training and in-person trainings. You will be instructed as to how to do these trainings after your application is complete.
Return the completed 4-H Volunteer application packet to the Garfield County Extension Office at, P.O. Box 190, Pomeroy, WA 99347, or visit us in our building located at 757 Main Street, Pomeroy, WA 99347, right next to the courthouse.
Required Application Materials:
- 4-H Volunteer Application Form Part B
- 4-H Volunteer Reference by Mail
- 4-H Volunteer Application Form Part A
- 4-H reference By Phone
- 4-H Behavioral Guidlines
Thank you to our volunteers!
In recognition of 27 years of dedicated service to Washington State University and Garfield County Extension 4-H Development Program as a 4-H Volunteer Leader!
- Volunteer Hours Reporting
- E-Learning for 4-H Volunteers
- “Put the Child First” mandatory on-line training
- Abuse – Child Information for WSU Volunteers
- Protecting the Abused & Neglected Child
- WSU Volunteer Resources and Forms
- 4-H Publications and Projects
- National 4-H Curriculum
- Using the 4-H Name and Emblem