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Washington State University Extension

Leader Resources

Program Contact: Melanie Greer, 4-H Program Coordinator
(360) 417-2398/360-912-2062 • melanie.greer@wsu.edu

State and National Resources

WSU Extension 4-H Website– Statewide Information

WSU 4-H Projects Page – Find Information for 4-H Projects

WSU 4-H Publications- WSU Curriculum and Research

WSU Animal Agriculture Youth Producers Page

National 4-H Resources – Nationwide Curriculum and products

Enrollment Resources

All 4-H club members and enrolled volunteers must enroll annually using 4-H Online.

Report Your Volunteer Hours:

Logging Your Hours

WSU requires that all certified volunteers regularly log hours of service.  We are currently in the process of switching to GivePulse for volunteer hour reporting.  Below are training videos to help you get started with GivePulse.  Please do not use the old system to report your volunteer hours.  Please continue to keep track of your hours so that you can enter them into GivePulse.

If you are an enrolled Thurston County 4-H volunteer, you will receive an email with instructions on how to claim your GivePulse account.  Once you have claimed your account, you may begin registering for events (volunteer opportunities) and entering impacts (reporting hours).

                 GivePulse Volunteer Training Video

 June 23, 2022 Zoom Training

                                    How-To Videos

Claim Your Account Log Into Your Account
Register for Event Create an Impact

County Handbook

2021 Clallam County 4-H Member Handbook

State Policies

WA State 4-H Policy and Procedure Handbook

Including Youth With Special Needs

Travel and Overnight Chaperone Policies

Clallam County follows the travel and overnight chaperone policies in the WA State 4-H Policy and Procedure Handbook.

Record Books

Please see record book page.

Awards and Scholarships

Please see Awards and Scholarships page.

Financial Resources

2019  Annual Financial Summary Procedure and forms

2021 Treasurer’s Handbook

2021 Treasurer’s Handbook Leader Guide

Risk Management

Special Event Animal Show Checklist (Clallam County)

WA-State-Incident-Report

American Income Life Special Risk Division

Educational Posters and Displays

Please see Educational Posters and Displays page

Presentations

Please see our Presentations page.

Leadership

  • Clallam County 4-H Council

    • Council meets on the Second Tuesday of Each Month in the Commissioner’s Meeting Room of the Clallam County Courthouse at 7:00pm. Members, parents, volunteers and community members are welcome!

Community Service

You can make a difference in your community. Being a part of 4-H will give you many opportunities to give to those in need, assist in bettering your environment or sharing your skills with others. You are powerful in your ability to make the world a better place.

“Never believe that a few caring people can’t change the world. For, indeed, that’s all who ever have.” ~ Margaret Mead

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