County Youth Committees are vital partners in fulfilling the mission of 4-H at the county level. Members are youth and adults from the county who are committed to taking an active role in the decision-making, planning, conducting and evaluating of county 4-H programs.
Stay up-to-date with upcoming events and opportunities with 4-H! Check back often as information will be added as new opportunities become available.
Volunteer Training Modules ARCHIVE and Resources
You can help your child's Clover Kid group or start one of your own! We will give you the information, training, and other help to get you started. All volunteers must go through a background screening and attend training. Contact your county Extension office to get started.
The purpose of this is to promote children’s positive development through cooperative learning and developmentally appropriate practices. To provide opportunities for K-3 youth to practice 5 life skills: self-understanding, social interaction, decision-making, learning to learn, and mastering physical skills.
Archive of volunteer training modules
These enrollment forms are for the Iowa AmeriCorps 4H Environmental Education program.
Over 10,000 volunteers guide 4-H members in becoming productive citizens, outstanding communicators, effective leaders and successful learners.
General Exhibit Judges In-person Training
This page includes many different links and documents to 4-H Volunteer Resources.
These volunteer trainings are available for other 4-H programs to use but please give credit to Iowa State University Extension & Outreach 4-H. This website is intended to be for staff only.