2021 Miami County 4-H Volunteer Application Information

Individuals applying to become a new Miami County 4-H Volunteer in 2021 must successfully complete all phases of the Ohio 4-H Volunteer Application process.  This process consists of submitting a completed application, signing and submitting the Standards of Behavior, successfully undergoing a fingerprint background check, taking part in a personal interview, having three references submitted (not related to you), completing New 4-H Volunteer Orientation and Policy 1.50 training.  Those interested in working with Cloverbuds (4-H members in grades K-2) must also complete Cloverbud Volunteer Orientation.  In order to allow ample time for processing, completed applications must be submitted by March 12.  All phases of the application process must be completed by March 26, in order for a new volunteer to be eligible to serve during 2021.

Volunteer Application

Fingerprint Background Check Form

Volunteer Interview - Please contact Demetria Woods, Extension Educator, 4-H Youth Development at woods.372@osu.edu to set up a time.

New 4-H Volunteer Orientation and Policy 1.50 Training

Cloverbud Volunteer Orientation - Please contact Demetria Woods, Extension Educator, 4-H Youth Development at woods.372@osu.edu to set up a time.

Thank you for your interest in becoming a Miami County 4-H Volunteer!


Current Volunteers

Policy 1.50 training, an annual state requirement, will be held virtually.  Please click here for instructions.

Miami County 4-H 2021 To-Do List

Volunteer Updates Resources Chart