Online Volunteer Training
NEW! The landing page for our classes are now on eXtension:
This will take you to the page that contains links to three volunteer classes:
- WSU Put the Child First
- Washington State 4-H Financial Management
- Washington 4-H Volunteer Orientation Modules
Click the “Logon” button at the top right portion of the page. If you already have a campus.eXtension.org account, you will be prompted to login. If not, the right-hand side of the page indicates how to establish an account.
Contact the 4-H office to receive the required enrollment key. We’re also happy to answer any questions! 509-427-3932
Volunteer E-Learning Modules
This training includes four interactive, self-paced training modules, complete with review.
These trainings are intended for potential volunteers, as well as current or past volunteers wanting a refresher. Please retain copies of your completion certificates and share these with the 4-H Office.
“Put the Child First“
WSU Extension remains committed in its efforts to prevent the abuse and exploitation of children and vulnerable adults. In our continuing efforts to assure a safe environment for all program participants, Washington State University Extension is requiring child protection training for all faculty, staff and volunteers working with youth and vulnerable adults.
This 20-minute presentation may be viewed at any time at your home or Extension office. Your registration for the training will be kept in the system as proof of your participation.
We appreciate your compliance with this requirement!
Face – to – Face New Volunteer Orientation
Every new Club or Project Leader is required to attend a New Volunteer Orientation. These are held throughout the year and are open to other volunteers as well. Other parts of the Volunteer Application Process must first be completed to attend. This is usually the final step! Search our Calendar of Events for the next upcoming Orientation.
Every quarter at the Leader’s Council Meetings a half hour training is provided by Extension Staff following the business portion of the meeting. Requests for training topics are always welcome!
Reporting Volunteer Hours
This is a required part of being a WSU Volunteer. Your hours help us demonstrate the value and dedication of our 4-H Volunteers to our stakeholders. Report time spent at, planning for, and driving to any 4-H event.