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Reporting Volunteer Hours

Program Contact: Tracie Hanson, 4-H Program Coordinator
(360) 482-2934 •

Grays Harbor County 4-H could not have an educational impact in our local community without the time dedicated by volunteers. For this we are very thankful!

The Volunteer Hours Reporting System is a system for recording the data that the Washington State Department of Labor and Industries requires for WSU to ensure volunteers are indeed working on behalf of the university.

Reporting of volunteer’s hour’s documents coverage for injuries they might sustain and it is also documentation for the liability coverage WSU provides to its volunteers. Additionally, volunteer hours are a powerful reporting tool for WSU Extension to demonstrate the broad-based support for our programming by citizens across Washington State.

All volunteers are required to log into the Volunteer Hours Reporting System at each month to report their hours. This includes anything that you have done with your 4-H club, fair events, 4-H meetings, 4-H council meetings, etc.

You may also visit the Washington State 4-H Volunteer Information website for additional information.

View the Grays Harbor County Guide for Reporting Your Volunteer Hours
View the short internet video created to show how to log volunteer hours.  It is a simple recorded example of logging in and recording volunteer hours with no sound.
You may also use this helpful 4-H Volunteer Time Sheet for keeping track of your hours.

If you have any questions/problems with reporting your volunteer hours email Tracie Hanson or call (360)482-2934.