Volunteer

Volunteer Training

The annual Volunteer Training is available online for volunteers who missed the face to face training of 4-H Builds Resilience. Volunteers  may access and complete the annual training online via 4H Online. Training  must be completed by July 1, 2018.   It will take approximately 30 minutes to complete the training. Please follow the following steps to complete the training.
Step 1:  Access the supporting resources and documents on the 4-H website underVolunteer Resources, Annual Training Resources(https://www.extension.iastate.edu/4h/volunteerresources). The resources for this year’s annual leader training support the learning in the training and can be used in your work with youth.
Review the resources on the 4-H Volunteer Resources webpage prior to, or following the online training. It may be beneficial to print these resources for use in your work with the youth and also as a resource to share with the youth.
Step 2:  Access the online annual training of “4-H Builds Resilience” via 4H Online, link below as well as step by step instructions.
Open a web browser (use Firefox, Safari, or Chromeas IE does notalways work) and type in: iowa.4honline.com
Login to 4H Online using your family email address and login information.
Click “Continue to Family.”
Find your name and click “Edit”on right side by your name.
On the top of the page click on the “trainings”option.
Click the “Sign up for a training”option on the upper right side of screen.
View the trainings listed and click “Sign up”next to the annual training online version “2017-18 Leader Training (4-H Builds Resilience).”
Click “Take the Course”to get started.
 Step 3:  Upon completion of the online training be sure to click to receive your certificate! By clicking on the certificate you have verified completion of the course, you can also print or save the certificate.
 
                                    

County 4-H News

October 13, 2020

Local 4-H youth wo are participating in the Northeast Iowa 4-H Citizenship program resumed their monthly meetings on September 27 at Fayette County’s Fairgrounds in West Union.  34 youth from Winneshiek, Fayette, Clayton, and Delaware Counties and several adults attended the meeting. Guest speakers were Mike Klimesh and Matt Topscott, who are running for Iowa District 28 State Senate. Youth also learned about the five principles of Citizenship.

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September 1, 2020

The 2020 Iowa State Fair has been postponed this year, but state-level learning opportunities for Clayton County 4-H youth continued online. A special exhibition, 4-H Show Iowa, was held to provide state-level recognition of learning opportunities this summer. Included in these virtual celebrations were over 2,422 entries for 4-H Exhibits, Communication Events, and the Awardrobe Clothing Selection. Clayton County 4-H shared 43 exhibits.

Hanaway & Vlazny
August 31, 2020

Thirteen Clayton County 4-H members participated in the 2020 Fair Special Edition: Iowa 4-H and FFA Livestock Show this summer. While there were some special considerations for this stand-alone event, the chance to showcase their hard work in livestock project areas remained a top goal for all 1,600 youth exhibitors.  Shows were held over three weeks, Thursday through Saturday – Aug. 6-8, 13-15 and 20-22 at the Iowa State Fairgrounds.

Clayton Crop Scouting team
August 20, 2020

Three teams led by Joe and Suzanne Shirbroun took 2nd, 3rd & 4th in the state Youth Crop Scouting Competition on July 30.  Clayton County Team Number Two won second place (Ben Gibson, Nate Shirbroun and Nick Deitchler), Clayton County Team Number Three was in third place (Avery Wessel, Nathaniel Gaul and Keaton Klingman) and Clayton County Team Number One placed fourth (Laci Orr, Lane Orr, Brandon Whittle and Tristan Weigand).

 

County 4H Council
August 17, 2020

Clayton County Extension 4-H & Youth Development Committee is pleased to announce the new members for the 2020-21 4-H County Council. 4-H members selected were Cerria Drips, Elkport;  JayLyn Moore, Guttenberg; Molly Kann, Guttenberg; Sam Schilling, Colesburg; Nathaniel Gaul, Strawberry Point;  and Sean Wilwert, Elkader.

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