Find information on becoming a 4-H volunteer, and download resources like the volunteer newsletter and instructions on how to enroll on 4HOnline. All 4-H volunteers must also complete the "Youth Safety and Reporting Child Abuse" training to become active. This is mandatory! Directions for completing this training on 4HOnline can also be found on this page.
If you are new to the Hendricks County 4-H program, welcome! We are excited to have you join us! This page provides valuable resources to assist you along the way. In addition to these resources, we will also be hosting a new 4-H family orientation nights annually. Be on the lookout for that information each Winter. If you have any questions, please contact the Hendricks County Extension Office at 317-745-9260.
Download your copy of the Hendricks County 4-H Handbook today!
The Results Are In! Check Out How Our Exhibitors Did At County And State!
Stay up to date with 4-H! Check out our recent newsletters here!
The purpose of Junior Leaders is to encourage the development of young adults, provide assistance to the local 4-H Clubs and their 4-H Adult Leaders, assist in the leadership of 4-H activities and programs, and to collaborate, socialize, and experience 4-H on another level.
Need to find ways to pay for college? Look into 4-H Scholarships HERE!