Shiawassee County 4-H
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To enroll, please go to https://mi.4honline.com. Having trouble with enrollment? Check out the 4-H Online Family Guide which will assist you through the process of creating your family profile. From there, you will be able to enroll your youth, ages 5 to 19 as of Jan. 1 of the current year. There is also a $10 annual participation fee for youth members and needs to be paid to your primary 4-H club or to the MSU Extension Office, when enrolling. Please make checks payable to “MSU”.
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How to join: Contact the office for a list of current 4-H Clubs. Find a club that meets your interests and contact the leader listed to find out more information about that club. Don’t see a club that meets your needs? Contact us about starting your own!
Want to make a difference? Give back to your community? Pass your skills onto a new generation or learn new skills? Volunteers are the core of the 4-H program and critical to the success of its youth. You can serve in a number of capacities: teaching workshops, leading clubs or projects, helping at camps or fair, SPIN Clubs or lending professional skills. Our volunteers help to provide hands-on guidance, real-world experience, and a healthy adult role model for the youth in our program.
Adults interested in volunteering with 4-H must become a registered volunteer and complete Michigan State University Extension’s Volunteer Screening Process (VSP). VSP includes filling out and returning the VSP Application, a background check, reference check, interview, and 4-H Volunteer e-Learning Course.
If you have questions or need assistance with the enrollment process, please contact your county 4-H staff.