Ways to Volunteer
- In 4-H there are many ways to volunteer.
- All volunteers work with youth and adult volunteers in offering a positive youth development experience for young people
- Check out specific volunteer opportunities below.
- Provide leadership/organization for an activity or event and/or participate as a committee member
Work with a team of adult advisors and 4-H Youth Development staff to ensure youth have a safe and positive educational experience
- Adults interested in state level chaperone and coordination responsibilities must complete an Adult Advisor Application
- State level experiences may include: Citizenship Washington Focus, Space Camp, National 4-H Congress.
- Chaperones – for 4-H youth development experiences must have completed the Youth Protection Process; be enrolled 4-H volunteer leaders and be over 21 years of age (for some experiences adults must be over 25).
- Provide leadership for members and adult volunteers who are enrolling in the club or group organization
- Includes: Club leader, Co-organizational Leader, Co-General Leader, Organizational Leader, and General Leader
- Provide leadership to the club or group organization
- Provide leadership for a committee and/or participate as a member of a committee
- Create educational experiences for all youth engaged in the program
- Provide leadership and organization to the project group who is learning about a specific topic. For example: photography, arts, foods, community service, rocketry and robotics, gardening, rabbits, dairy, etc.
For more information about volunteering through 4-H follow the link below.