Clover Call Podcast
This audio program explores the people and programs that make Indiana 4-H Youth Development such an important part of our communities.
The Indiana 4-H Youth Development Program has a variety of involvement opportunities available. We rely heavily on adults who care about the development of youth across the state in order to deliver positive youth development experiences to our youth. All volunteers must pass a background check and participate in training provided by your County 4-H Educator.
Volunteer positions that may be available in your county:
"I love helping the kids get the full benefits from the 4-H program. 4-H has influenced my life in so many ways including watching the children grow in their understanding of their role in the community and their role as an individual and friend. It also helps remind myself of the responsibility I carry as an individual even as an adult."
-Indiana 4-H Volunteer
Click here to find the contact information for your county Purdue Extension Office and contact them to ask what it takes to volunteer with Indiana 4-H today!
After contacting your county office for more information, click here for instructions to enroll as a NEW volunteer with Indiana 4-H!
Click here for instructions on how to RE-ENROLL as a volunteer with Indiana 4-H!
Preparing for Lambing and Kidding Season
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