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WSU Snohomish County Extension office has moved!

Our office is now located in the Snohomish County Parks & Recreation Administration Office at Willis Tucker Park, 6705 Puget Park Drive, Snohomish, 98296.

Member Resources

Program Contact: Snohomish County 4-H
(425) 357-6044 •

This page is under construction. We apologize for any missing pieces. If you have questions, please contact the 4-H Office.


Youth for the Quality Care of Animals


Youth Advisory Council

Do You Want to Join 4-H?

Visit the Join 4-H website!


Youth leadership is what 4-H is all about. In 4-H, you are in charge of your own programming. Adult volunteers work with you and/or your club to plan your activities to meet the goals you have set for yourself. In Snohomish County, we offer many different levels of leadership opportunities.

Club Leadership

You may choose to serve on a committee, as an officer or to lead an event. Each individual club has a slightly different structure; once you’ve joined a club you can set goals for what leadership roles you might want to take.

County Leadership

4-H has many different county leadership positions. Many of them are program specific, however, overall county opportunities exist as well. You will have many chances to exhibit your leadership ability as a member of 4-H.

Ambassadors (ages 13-19)

As a 4-H ambassador, you will work with other teens to promote 4-H to other youth, participate in many fun activities, attend State Teen Conference and work together on community service projects. For more information, please contact the office.

Parallel Leader

This position is in the dog program and gives you the opportunity to assist in making programming and policies decisions. Parallel Leaders are also heavily involved in putting on a statewide dog event (Great Dog Caper*) for other youth and their pooches.

Equine Youth Forum

This position is in the equine program and gives you the opportunity to assist in making programming and policies decisions. This group meets many times throughout the year. For more information, visit the equine program website  at

4-H Council

This position is county-wide and will allow you to sit on the board of directors for the Snohomish County 4-H Council. You will be involved in setting program direction and policy for the entire 4-H organization here in Snohomish County.




WSU Extension programs, employment, and volunteer service are available to all without discrimination (See WSU Executive Policy #15). Concerns regarding potential discrimination may be reported through your local WSU Extension  office or directly to the WSU Compliance and Civil Rights (CCR) office, web:, email:, phone: 509-335-8288.

Persons with disabilities who require alternative means for communication of
program information or other reasonable accommodation should contact Ashley Hall at (425) 521-0357, , at least two weeks prior to the event.