This is the place to start for both new and returning volunteerto access information on training requirements, club resources, forms, etc.

Click the button below for specific information for volunteers:

Club Organizational Packet - Required forms and resources for club volunteers


Other Volunteer Opportunities:

Livestock Committee, Shooting Sports Committee, Equine Committee, and Special Interest Committee  are areas where you can sign up to assist with the 4-H program. If you have an interest/expertise in a certain project area or event, please contact the Extension office at 740-852-0975 for more details.

OSU Extension Madison County Advisory Committee   Any Madison County 4-H adult volunteer or 4-H member who is at least 14 years of age (as of Jan. 1) and is a freshman is welcome to attend the committee meetings.

4-H Volunteer Job Descriptions

Three categories will apply for filing purposes.  Please review the following descriptions and responsibilities and let our office know which position you will be coordinating.

• Organizational/Community Club Advisor—The lead volunteer of the club serves as the primary contact between the club and the county Extension office and gives leadership to managing and organizing club experiences.

• Project/Activity Advisor—This volunteer role is responsible for teaching knowledge and skills for project area(s). Share your skills, talents, and special interests in a single project area. Examples include clothing, dogs, rabbits, horses, bicycling, computers, woodworking, photography, etc. This volunteer could also coordinate club activities such as community service, fund raising, trips and tours, promotional activities, recognition programs, family nights, and more.

• Cloverbud Advisor—This role focuses on providing non-competitive experiences that meet the special needs and interests of youth 5 through 8 years old. Talk with your county Extension professional to find out more about the requirements to become a Cloverbud Advisor in your county