Adult volunteers are essential to the 4-H program. Volunteers put 4-H’s researched-based, learn-by-doing model in action. They help youth learn and practice skills such as problem solving, decision making, and communicating – skills crucial for their success in school, careers, and communities. There are approximately 300 adult volunteers that have fun while making a positive impact on the youth in Waukesha County. Would you like to join them?
Volunteers contribute their time in a variety of ways – sharing a specific skill as a project leader (like woodworking or cake decorating), leading a session at camp, or helping in the UW-Extension office. Review the wide variety of project areas Waukesha County offers to see if there is a skill set you have that you’d like to teach to youth. Contact the UW-Extension office at (262) 548-7770 to inquire about the many other opportunities available.
4-H is proud of being a proactive, youth-serving organization with an excellent reputation for providing a healthy and safe environment for its members. The Youth Protection Process assures the quality of the program. To become a 4-H Adult Volunteer Leader, we need you to complete the following steps:
1. Enroll in Waukesha County 4-H Youth Development through 4HOnline
2. Complete the online mandated reporter training (takes about 30-45 minutes)
3. Register for and attend the in-person 4-H Adult Volunteer Training - VIP.
To register contact Molly Ellis 4-H Program Assistant, at (262) 548-7774 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
Upcoming training dates:
4-H Youth Development Educator
Cindy Sarkady(262) email@example.comOffice Hours: Monday-Friday, 8:00 am - 4:30 pm
4-H Support Staff
Molly Ellis(262) firstname.lastname@example.orgOffice Hours: Monday-Friday, 12:30 pm - 4:30 pm
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