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21 Central District

4-H Volunteer Screening Process

To serve as a 4-H Volunteer in Kansas, you must complete the 4-H Volunteer Screening Process. The process includes:

  1. Filling out and submitting a Volunteer Service Application (includes references & background check)
  2. Participating in a casual interview with county agent(s)
  3. Completing the 4-H Online Volunteer Orientation

Once the above steps are completed and your volunteer status is approved, you may begin working with the 4-H youth of 21 Central District in Edwards and Stafford County. For subsequent years, an easy 1 page volunteer renewal form is submitted annually.

For all forms and screening materials, please visit the Kansas 4-H Volunteer Screening Page.

4-H Community Club Resources

The Kansas 4-H Youth Development Program relies heavily on volunteers to reach more youth, lead educational programs, coordinate activities, and manage clubs and groups.  4-H volunteers conduct meaningful education opportunities for youth. We hope 4-H voluntters will support youth to reach their fullest potential by encouraging participation that will lead to success.

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REVISED CLUB SEALS REQUIREMENTS FOR 21 CENTRAL DISTRICT COUNTIES

Edwards County 4-H Community Club Forms

END OF THE YEAR AWARD NOMINATION FORMS- DUE OCTOBER 1
Please note that the following nomination forms are NOT meant to be filled out by the nominee, but by the 4-H Club that is nominating the individual or business.

END OF YEAR CLUB FORMS- DUE OCTOBER 1

NEW YEAR CLUB FORMS- DUE OCTOBER 1

4-H Project Leaders

A 4-H project leader is a very important person in the world of 4-H. 4-H Project Leaders:

  • help members learn skills they will use throughout life; 4-H dog
  • help members reach their goals;
  • serve as a role model; and
  • complete the 4-H VIP (volunteer information profile) process.

To become a 4-H project leader in 21 Central District, contact the Extension Office about becoming a certified 4-H volunteer. You will need to go to: https://v2.4honline.com and register as a volunteer.  To be a Junior Project Leader, youth must be at least 13 years old and register in your 4honline registration.

 

Project Leader Resources

The following links provide resources and information for project leaders.

Volunteer Project Leader Trainings

Please enjoy the Kansas 4-H Volunteer Project Leader Training Series recordings and resources.  The resources are designed to help provide tangible examples of activities you can do with youth in their 4-H projects and connect you to useful resources to aid in your teaching.  

Recorded Sessions