Organizational Unit Volunteers administer a 4-H unit such as a club, camp, or special interest group and serve as the primary contact person for the unit. The organizational volunteer provides support, guidance, and direction to 4-H members and the unit. Position Description
Project Volunteers function as members of the unit leadership team and work with 4-H members enrolled in the project to support and guide their learning of knowledge, skills, and attitudes. Position Description
Activity or Event Volunteers provide leadership within a specific, short-term 4-H project or activity and advise and assist 4 H members in planning events and activities. These volunteers also identify resources available to help members plan activities. Position Description
Resource/Key Adult Volunteers provide specialized leadership and support in one or more project areas by encouraging and guiding volunteers to plan and conduct quality project educational project experiences. These volunteers also develop resources for project volunteers, conduct project-related events and activities, and attend training workshops to keep up to date on new developments and availability of teaching materials in the subject matter area(s). Position Description
Club Volunteer Enrollment Coordinators (VECs) co-administer enrollment within their club though the 4hOnline Enrollment System. They are granted access to the 4hOnline system beyond their own family level. Position Description
Other Volunteers help with transportation, management, or recruitment.
All Volunteers provide a safe environment that fosters positive youth development, and must adhere to and help enforce the University of California 4 H YDP policies, procedures, mission, and core values.
- Must be at least 18 years of age.
- Cannot be simultaneously enrolled as a 4-H youth member.
- Complete on-line enrollment. For instructions click here.
- Submit to and receive criminal record clearance from the California Department of Justice. Live Scan forms are available at the Placer County 4-H office or the club VEC.
- Complete the 4-H Volunteer orientation trainings (NEW TRAININGS REQUIRED for 2017-2018 Club Year, more information coming soon)
- Agree to abide by the policies, procedures, Mission and Core Values of the University of California 4-H Youth Development Program and the Code of Conduct and all county 4-H policies and procedures.
- Pay the annual Volunteer application fee.
APPOINTMENT OF VOLUNTEERS
NEW TRAINING REQUIREMENTS INFORMATION WILL BE POSTED SOON!
Volunteer appointments are reviewed on an annual basis. Re-enrolling volunteers must annually update their enrollment on-line, submit a medical treatment form, and a new Confidential Self-Disclosure Form. The County Director may require re-enrolling volunteers to submit to a criminal record clearance at anytime during their tenure as a 4-H volunteer.
To enroll on-line follow the instructions for member enrollment. Any additional forms you might need are available from your Club Enrollment Coordinator (VEC).