NEW Volunteer Applications Available
Adult volunteers are the backbone and are key to the success of the 4-H program! We are always looking for new caring adults who have time and expertise they would like to volunteer to the 4-H program. Adults who work directly with 4-H'ers two or more times during the year are considered volunteers.
All volunteers must complete the required OSU Extension volunteer approval process. Are YOU interested in being a 4-H Volunteer in Brown County?
Please print the New Volunteer Application packet that includes the application and all the instructions. Applications can also be requested at the Brown County Extension Office.
All application materials must be received by the OSU Extension Office by April 1, 2020.
This includes references and background checks.
New volunteers must attend a new volunteer orientation. Please note, attending a returning volunteer update does not meet the requirement for a new volunteer. Please check back here or contact the Extension Office for more information.
New Volunteer Training Dates
TBD - will be announced after the first of the year.
Training will be at the Extension Office.
2020 Volunteer Training
Training will be in the Carpeted Room (entrance on the Main Ring side of the building between SFB and Farm Bureau).
2020 Online Training Option: Volunteers who are unable to make one of the scheduled training may complete their training online. Organizational Advisors OR two additional volunteers per club MUST attend the in-person training. Training must be completed by April 1st. If you select the online training option, it is your responsibility to read all the information on upcoming events. The PowerPoint slides for the in-person training will be posted here shortly after the first training is complete. Failure to read and understand information is not an acceptable reason for unmet requirements or missed deadlines. (2020 Information posted soon).
Click here for the slides from the in-person training
(current as of 1/23/19). Slides will be uploaded after the first training and dated. Any updates or changes made after this date are not reflected here. Please refer to emails, News & Notes, project letters etc. for any updates and changes that may occur.
If a volunteer fails to attend one of the trainings or complete the online training, they WILL NOT be recognized as a volunteer in 2020. To return as a volunteer in 2021 they would be required to complete the new volunteer process. The 2020 new volunteer application is available on our website. This DOES NOT meet the requirements for new volunteers.
If you are going to the Brown County Educational Service Center, please take this completed form with you! This will expedite the process! CLICK HERE FOR FORM!