As a 4-H volunteer, you will become affiliated with our state’s land grant university, Washington State University. You instantly have the resources of WSU Extension at your fingertips. Additionally, you enjoy the benefit of WSU liability coverage and L & I coverage should you be injured while on the job.
Whatever you have to offer, we have a place for you. Our volunteer opportunities range from a one-time experience to an on-going relationship between you and 4-H. These opportunities are available at the club, county, or 4-H administrative level. We match your skill and preferred interests with our needs. For example, you may wish to help out in the 4-H office with clerical tasks and occasional bulk mailings. Some may lean towards participating at county events for one or more days throughout the year. There are also on-going opportunities to lead a group of young people in an interest area or in the club setting. Your skills and talents are very much needed to assist our young people as they grow and develop.
Volunteers are provided a quality, comprehensive education program that helps you to work with and teach youth in many different interest-related areas, we call programs. Topics range from new club orientation to effective group leadership.
Successful Club Meetings
- Missouri Planning and Conducting 4-H Club Meetings
- South Carolina 4-H Club Officers Make the Meeting
- Arkansas Volunteer Series
Take the first step towards becoming a 4-H volunteer. Download and complete the WSU 4-H Volunteer Application. Once we receive your application, we will contact you for any further information.
- Washington State 4-H Program
- Washington State 4-H Publications
- National 4-H Council
Volunteer Hours Reporting
Thank you for being a 4-H volunteer! Please report your hours ONLINE to WSU by clicking on the link below:
Print and email/fax/mail this Completed Form: