Below are some resources we feel our current volunteers may find helpful to them.
If you are a potential new volunteer looking to join our team, please call the OSU Extension Office at 419.334.6340 or email Gwen at email@example.com for a complete application packet and additional information.
BCI Fingerprint Rescreening Instructions
Volunteers must complete a rescreening process every four years. Emails were sent to volunteers needing rescreening in 2021. Volunteers are asked to make an appointment for
2022 Rescreening Packet - Includes letter & BCI Fingerprint Background Check instructions. PLEASE note important changes.
Prior Year Resources
Additional resources and forms will be added as available.
Enrollment Related Forms
- Application for Membership Across County Lines
- Horse Permission to Participate Form (only needed for members enrollign with paper enrollment).
- Paper Enrollment Forms: Paper enrollment forms are to be used only if families do not ahve any access to the internet and are unable to access internet at the library or other public locations due to COVID related concerns
4HOnline 2.0 Information
Our 4HOnline is now new and improved! The new interface has been designed to be easier to use as well as mobile friendly.
- Enrolling in 4-H (New Families) - Step by step instructions for families new to 4-H (members, not volunteers)
- Re-Enrolling in 4-H (Returning Families) - Step by step instructions for families who are returngin to 4-H. All exisiting and families involved previsouly (last five plus years) have a profile already. Please do not create another one.
- Club Leader Access 4HOnline 2.0 - Instructions for logging into club to view member and roster information. Every club has a new password. Please call 419-334-6340 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to obtain your password.
Stay Connected Advisor Resources (Link to State 4-H Page)
- How to Zoom - Connecting with and using Zoom for Club Meetings
- Tips & Tricks for Meeting When You Can't Meet in Person
- Communicating Online with Your Club
Educational Program Resources - This handout from 2019 volunteer training includes links to programs volunteers can lead for their clubs as well as community resources for educational progrmas (tours, guest speakers, etc).
Occassional Quantity Cook Training - Required for clubs preparing food for sale or give-away (excludes bake-sales). At least one volunteer must complete training and remain present during the event.
Ohio 4-H Club Management Policies and Procedures - A comprehensive list of policies and links to forms, including sample permission forms,
Ohio 4-H Volunteer Handbook - Policies, Guidelines and other resources for 4-H Volunteers
Ohio State Fair 4-H Guidebook - Ohio State Fair requirements for all non-livestock projects. Please note that youth must be selected for participation in most classes through county judging.