Want to Volunteer With 4-H?
Volunteering with Georgia 4-H is a great way to enhance your leadership skills, give back to your community, meet new people, and inspire the next generation of youth to be successful, contributing members of society! Are you ready to pledge your Head, Heart, Hands, and Health to building a brighter future for Georgia’s youth?
Check out our next 4-H Volunteer Interest Meeting. >>>>>>>>>>
Volunteer Club Leader
4-H clubs provide youth with the opportunities to grow and develop skills in leadership, citizenship, communications, and project work. Through experiential based activities led by our enthusiastic volunteers, youth will cultivate the confidence, curiosity, and inspiration they need to be successful in all their life endeavors.
Project Achievement Judge
As 4-H members present their Project Achievement masterpieces, judges will assist members in developing communication and presentation skills by constructively evaluating their performances.
Project Achievement Mentor
Mentors will guide students as they research, write, and present a project of their interest to a board of judges. We need mentors who can provide the assistance necessary to advance our 4-H’ers minds, skills, and talents so they may successfully present a project they are proud of!
Build memories that last a lifetime! Be a part of 4-H’s unique camp and conference opportunities and experience seasons of fun, friends, and the great outdoors!
- Adult volunteers must be at least 18 years old.
- All Volunteers must complete a Volunteer Agreement.
- Volunteers working with youth must complete a Volunteer Application, supply 3 non-related references, pass a background check, and complete the online training, Georgia 4-H: Working with Youth & Managing Risk.
- Volunteer drivers must pass a Motor Vehicle screening (included in volunteer application).
To volunteer with Clayton County 4-H, start HERE.