The 4-H Youth Development Program
Central Youth Summit- Formerly L-CORT
~ REGISTRATION CLOSES DEC. 31st ~
For paper form registration go here: Central Youth Summit Paper Registration Form
General Information can be found here: Central Youth Summit 2018
Record Book Workshop ~ January 17th
Don't Miss It!! Click here for details
Enrollment Processes and Procedures
With the many changes to the enrollment process this year we want to THANK ALL VOLUNTEERS for your commitment to our youth! We greatly APPRECIATE your time and service to our program. Remember, you begin in the Ca4Honline system found here: https://ca.4honline.com/ DO NOT create a new profile if your family was in the system in years past. Phone the 4-H Office for assistance if having difficulties (559) 241-7519. Youth members are completed in the 4-H online system. Adults however must continue to the new campus extension for REQUIRED training courses. That site is found here: https://campus.extension.org/ These sites are in no way connected and each require you to create accounts or profiles. You may choose to use the same email and passwords for both. VERY IMPORTANT; you will need to contact the county office for your keycode/passcode. Note that there are 2 options, Re-enrolling volunteers and New volunteers, select carefully. Remember you are not to hold project meetings until all steps are completed including payment of fees to your club. We are here to support all times in all ways! You may reach our Program Representative, Tracy Newton directly at (559) 241-7525
Adult Volunteers –Must be 18 years or older. A volunteer cannot simultaneously be a 4-H member. Chaperones must be at least 21 years of age or older.
Returning Adult Volunteers Start Here: New first steps for Re-Enrollment
New Adult Volunteers Start Here: http://ucanr.edu/first step
Potential new volunteers must submit a 4-H Adult Volunteer Interest Survey. 4-H YDP Volunteers are appointed by the County Director. The decision to appoint or not appoint a volunteer (whether initially or upon renewal) rests with the County Director, in consultation with appropriate 4-H staff. All appointments are made for the best interest of the 4-H Youth Development Program and 4-H members.
Fresno County has 17 clubs to choose from! Join one today!
County Program Calendar
|4-H Shooting Sports Workshop - Western Heritage||1/6/2018|
|State Ambassador Application||1/8/2018|
|Record Book Workshop||1/17/2018|
|Festive Food Faire||1/20/2018|
|2018 Central Youth Summit||1/26/2018|
|California 4-H Camping Conference||4/6/2018|
|Archery Certification at the California 4-H Camping Conference||4/6/2018|
Festive Food Faire 2018
A 4-H FAVORITE HOLIDAY TRADITION
Coming Soon ~ Saturday, January 20th, 2018
Held at Sequoia Elementary School- 1820 S. Armstrong, Fresno 93727
Entries Accepted 11:00 am - 12:00 noon ~ Judging begins at 12:30
Something for EVERYONE!!!
Click here for complete details: Festive Food Fair 2018
Camp Keola 2018- Calling All JC's
Fresno County 4-H Camp Keola, June 19th - 23rd, 2018
JC Applicant Interviews Tuesday, December 12th- Pizza at 6:00 pm
Interviews at 6:30 pm
4-H The Power of Youth
The 4-H Youth Development Program is an informal educational opportunity where youth learn by doing in project areas like science, health, agriculture, & citizenship. The 4-H community club program offers a wide variety of activities for youth, ages 5 - 19. Join a club, take part in monthly meetings, explore & empower young people with skills to lead for a lifetime.
The skilled adult volunteer leaders are the heart of our program. Projects are taught by adults while Teen & Jr. leaders assist alongside them. Youth members may also participate in a number of County, Area/Multi-County, and Statewide events.