4-H is an experiential learning youth education program for boys and girls ages 8-19. Its practical life skills education in science and technology, healthy lifestyles and citizenship can reach any kid ... anywhere ... any time through 4-H clubs, camps, after-school programs and events. 4-H volunteers and professionals have a great deal of latitude in determining when, where and how 4-H “learn-by-doing” activities take place.
4-H is a community of young people across America learning leadership, citizenship and life skills. With the guidance of 4-H volunteers, youth:
More and more youth need the values, skills and guidance 4-H offers. As a 4-H volunteer, you are supported by 4-H professionals through your local Cooperative Extension Service, a branch of your state’s land-grant university.
People volunteer for 4-H for many reasons. One obvious benefit is to help guide and counsel our country’s future citizens and leaders. You’ll also grow as a person, develop new leadership skills, meet new friends and have great adventures!
To become a leader in the Weld County 4-H Program, the following steps must be completed:
We allow three months for applications to be in process. You will receive a letter once you are approved.
Please note: Only authorized leaders should act as leaders, and only authorized leaders are covered under CSU insurance.