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4-H Volunteer

January 10, 2020
Volunteer

By volunteering with 4-H, you will be using your skills to help kids explore and discover what matters to them, enabling them to make a positive impact today and in the future.  You will help them to set goals, foster a sense of belonging and independence, inspire a generous spirit, and master skills that will prepare them for their future.  

 

Want to be a 4-H Volunteer?

Step 1 = Complete a Volunteer Application and Adult Behavioral Expectations Form Page.  The forms can be emailed to Kris Grinstead at krisgrin@purdue.edu, mailed, or delivered to Purdue Extension – Hamilton County, 2003 Pleasant Street, Noblesville, IN 46060.  Office hours are Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Step 2 = Kris Grinstead will contact you after the application and form have been received to provide you with additional details, steps, and how to provide the government issued ID. (Per the application, evidence of government issued photo ID is required.  Do not send with the application.)

*The Volunteer Application and Adult Behavioral Expectations Form are found at the bottom of this page.

 

Ways to Volunteer with 4-H

 

Partner with youth to lead a club.

Teach a skill.

Judge projects.

Plan or help at an event.

Serve on an advisory board/committee.

Help with a specific 4-H project.

Assist with program delivery.

Volunteer on a fair organizing committee.

Utilize your professional skills.

Share your experiences.

 

 

Interested in becoming a 4-H Volunteer?  Have questions?  Please contact the Kris Grinstead at krisgrin@purdue.edu or call 317-776-0854.

 

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