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4-H Volunteer Corner

The success of 4-H depends on Volunteers. Our volunteers are hardworking, dedicated, giving individuals who have been through legal screening process as prescribed by Purdue University

 

How Do I become an Adult Volunteer in Harrison County 4-H?

Thank you for your interest in becoming a Harrison County 4-H Volunteer! Here are the steps you will need to take in order to become an approved volunteer for our organization.

  1. Download or come to the office for a paper application form. This form gives us permission to contact your reference and complete background checks.
  2. Once your references and background checks come back to us, you will need to interview with the county educator, Rebecca Wilkins.
  3. After your interview, please go to v2.4HOnline.com and enroll as an adult 4-H Volunteer.
  4. During your online enrollment process, please complete the Youth Safety Training per Purdue University Policy. This training is required for every adult volunteer each year.

 

How Do I Re-Enroll?

Please be sure that you re-enroll each year on v2.4HOnline.com. Our program year starts October 1st. Please see instructions on how to Enroll in 4-H Online as a Returning Adult Volunteer.

 

Contact Us

Purdue Extension Harrison County

812-738-4236

247 Atwood Street

Corydon, IN 47112

Volunteer Opportunities

4-H At a Glance

All are invited to this volunteer training presented by Indiana 4-H and Harrison County 4-H

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Spark Clubs

SPARK new interest in the Harrison County 4-H Program!

Harrison County 4-H Clubs

Check out the clubs in your area!

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4-H Council Members

The primary purpose of the 4-H Council is to provide a non-formal educational 4-H program for the youth of Harrison County through the Cooperative Extension Service of Purdue University.

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4-H Superintendents

See our appointed Exhibit Hall and Livestock Superintendents

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