Volunteer

Become a Volunteer!

Interested in sharing your passion with the youth of Lee County?  Contact Emily at ehulse@iastate.edu or 319-835-5116 to find out how!

4-H Leader Information

4-H Leaders, our annual training documents are past due!

4-H Leaders need to complete the mandatory Risk Management training for the 2013-2014 4-H Year. This training can be completed online!

  1. Watch the following video: http://vimeo.com/35577965
  2. Next, Complete the Risk Management Study Guide & Evaluation Form.

Please return all completed forms to Emily at ehulse@iastate.edu or to the Lee County Extension Office no later than January 15, 2014.
 
Don’t forget club programs for the year. A Club Program Template is now available.
 
Volunteers are also required to attend an annual training that strengthens their positive youth development knowledge and skills. Four training sessions will be held in the region in February and March. Please see the flyer below, select one to attend, and get your RSVP to Emily.
 
4-H Leader Training Flyer

Lastly, if you have not already done so, please stop into the Lee County Extension Office at your earliest convenience to sign the 2013-2014 4-H Compliance Form & Background Check paperwork.

Contact Emily Hulsebus with any questions or concerns! 

County 4-H News

February 11, 2015

The University of Iowa and Collegiate 4-H are teaming together to bring a 4-H day to Carver Hawkeye Arena on Sunday March 1st. The U of I has made this very affordable for families to attend!

February 5, 2015

Read our 2014 Stakeholder Report to learn some important ways ISU Extension and Outreach served Lee County residents last year.

January 27, 2015

What can a baby see right after birth? How much should a 1-year-old eat? Should a 3-year-old have a hearing test? These and many more questions keep parents awake at night wondering how they can be a better parent to their children. Fortunately, a free and easily accessible resource is available just in time to provide some answers.

January 23, 2015

4-H volunteers from Lee County are invited to “The Heart of Belonging” training to learn how to create a safe, inclusive environment for all youth. Volunteers will learn how to guide youth in developing a list of club or group expectations that accommodate all members, learn how to support youth with special needs, and learn where to find resources to help them in their role as caring adults.

January 22, 2015

4-H members in grades 4-8 are invited to attend an interactive day full of learning about different aspects of Agronomy including weeds, seeds, plants, and industry.

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