The 4-H Youth Development Program
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.
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 volunteers must submit a 4-H Adult Volunteer Interest Survey, complete the 4-H adult volunteer application process in 4hOnline, complete the required volunteer training in eXtension, submit fee payment to club leader or treasurer, and complete a live-scan with the Department of Justice. 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
|State Leadership Conference #SLC17||7/20/2017|
|4-H Shooting Sports Workshop - Rifle||8/12/2017|
|4-H Shooting Sports Workshop - Shotgun||8/12/2017|
|4-H Shooting Sports Workshop - Archery||9/9/2017|
|4-H Shooting Sports Workshop - Pistol||9/16/2017|
|4-H Shooting Sports Workshop - Western Heritage||10/7/2017|
|4-H Shooting Sports Workshop - Muzzle Loading||10/14/2017|