Volunteer

 

 

 

Ways to Volunteer

 

Become an Iowa 4-H Volunteer in 6 simple steps! 

  1. Decide that you want to help kids grow and explore their futures.
  2. Watch the Orientation Videos to learn more about 4-H and opportunities available to you. 
  3. Contact Warren County Extension to find out about local opportunities. 
  4. Complete Iowa State University Extension’s Child Protection and Safety Policy (CPSP) process, including a background screening.
  5. Attend a local/state training.
  6. Share your skills, knowledge and talents while having FUN with kids!

Potential Volunteer Opportunities 

 
4-H Club Leader

Club volunteers provide overall leadership to club or group organization, overseeing the structure and operation and serving as the club’s contact with Extension staff and other 4-H volunteers.They help 4-H club members grow and reach their fullest potential by supporting them to conduct meaningful, educational experiences. View a complete club leader position discription. 
 

Clover Kids Club Leader

Clover Kids volunteers promote positive development for children ages K-3 through cooperative learning and developmentally appropriate practices. They provide opportunities for youth to practice 5 life skills:  self-understanding, social interaction, decision-making, learning to learn, and mastering physical skills. View a complete Clover Kids club leader position discription. 
 

County 4-H Volunteer

There are many ways to support the 4-H program at the county level. Volunteers are needed to give guidance to policy and priority setting and to conduct county and regional programs and activities. Contact your local Warren County Extension to learn more about 4-H volunteer opportunities in your county.
 
For more information on how to become a volunteer, please contact Sammy Hasper, County Youth Coordinator, snhasper@iastate.edu or 515-961-6237. 

County 4-H News

2020 4-H Week Logo
September 24, 2020

Celebrate National 4-H Week with Warren County 4-H!

September 2, 2020

Jumping into the new 4-H year, here is what you need to know!

July 20, 2020

A letter to all Warren County exhibitors from TruBank

June 3, 2020
Medium News You Can Use
April 3, 2020

This months newsletter with livestock ID information

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