4-H Enrollment Information
Floyd County 4-H
Annual 4-H Youth Enrollment can be done at https://v2.4honline.com/ starting in October 1. The 4-H year runs until September 30. Membership fees can be paid online with a credit card or check payable to the Purdue CES Ed Fund and mailed to Purdue Extension-Floyd County, 3000 Technology Ave, Suite L2110, New Albany IN 47150.
Membership fees are $5 Kindergarten – 2nd Grade and $20 for 3rd-12th Graders. Once enrolled a 4-H Club Leader should contact you. There could be a nominal charge for some of the 4-H project manuals that 4-Hers may choose to purchase. However, some are free downloads found on here. Some 4-H Clubs have annual membership dues. Those will be paid directly to that club.
After enrolling in 4-H, you can choose to join the club that best fits your interests, activities, and schedule. You may also be in your school’s 4-H club or a classroom club. Youth can choose as many clubs or projects they wish and do not have to own an animal to participate in the animal clubs.
Projects guidelines are found at https://extension.purdue.edu/4h/Pages/projects. Call the Floyd County Extension office 812-948-5470 for questions.
Mini 4-H - Mini 4-H is for youth in Kindergarten through 2nd grade. It introduces youth
and their families to the 4-H program in a relaxed, non-competitive format. Mini 4-H
members may attend club meetings but do not have to be in a club. This is an excellent
way for youth to learn by doing and exhibit projects at the fair. Mini 4-H members will
also have the opportunity to attend workshops.
QUESTIONS? Call 812-948-5470.
4-H Adult Volunteer Enrollment is done annually, starting in October 1st here. The 4-H year runs from until September 30th.
First time adults applying to volunteer will need to:
• Email three names, addresses and emails of people not related to you, to use as
references for screening purposes to email@example.com.
• Email other names you may go by for a background check. (i.e. maiden name, etc.) to firstname.lastname@example.org.
• Take the required annual trainings by logging into your profile using Internet
Explorer, Google Chrome or Safari.
• Sign and return the role description form that will be provided once enrolled.
**Adult volunteers must be in "Approved" status before helping with 4-H club meetings, events etc. Call 812-948-5470 for questions.
Volunteers click on this link to access 4-H Policies and Procedures: https://extension.purdue.edu/4-H/about/policies-and-procedures/index.html. Topics include: 4-H club standards, risk management, 4-H project and competitive events guidelines, proper way to display the 4-H clover, participation procedures, State Fair terms & conditions, along with other information..
Leaders click on this link to access4-H leader information found on the state website: https://extension.purdue.edu/4-H/volunteer/index.html. By clicking on the Volunteer tab, information can be found on topics such as Financial reports, Mentor Manual, Inclusive 4-H, Volunteer Resource Development, Supporting New Families, and 4-H Recipe for Club Success.