All adults interested in applying to become a 4-H volunteer in 2017 must complete the volunteer application process.  This process includes submitting a completed application, along with signed Standards of Behavior, an interview with the 4-H Educator, providing names and complete address of three references (not related), fingerprint background check, and attending a two-hour orientation meeting.  In order to have adequate time for the applicant to complete all phases of the application process, completed applications must be received by the Extension Office by 4:30pm on February 17, 2017.  NO LATE APPLICATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED.  The applicant must complete all phases of the application process by April 1, 2017, in order to become an active 4-H volunteer in 2017.

The following files are available: Cover Letter, Organizational Advisor Job Description, Project and Activity Advisor Job Description, Cloverbud Advisor Job Description, Volunteer Application, Standards of Behavior, and Fingerprinting Instructions.  PLEASE DOWNLOAD ALL FILES AND READ THEM CAREFULLY.  Only the completed Volunteer Application and signed copy of the Standards of Behavior need to be returned to the Extension Office.

Feel free to contact the Extension Office at 937.548.5215 if you have questions.

Here are the links to the files required:

Volunteer Cover Letter

Volunteer Application Form

Standards of Behavior

Project and Activity Advisor Job Description

Organizational Volunteer Job Description

Cloverbud Job Description

Fingerprinting Instructions

If you wish to fill out the volunteer application on line, here is the link: