New to 4-H?

New to 4-H? Find a 4-H Club or start your own

Find an existing club that is working on a project area that interests you and has room for new members.  Your county office may be able to help you locate clubs.

-OR- Find a project area that interests you, gather some friends together, an adult willing to be your leader, and start a new club! The  Discover 4-H Clubs curriculum is a great way to get started.

New to 4-H?  Enroll as a 4-H Member Online or In Office Contact your county office to enroll as a member, or register online and pay your enrollment fees to your local office.  See our FAQs page for more information on enrollment and ages of 4-H members.
New to 4-H?  Have Fun & Get Involved! HAVE FUN!  Take advantage of leadership opportunities by serving as a club officer.  Also watch for events that give you a chance to share what you've learned, including State and County Fairs for all 4-H members and State Contests for 9-12th graders!
Become a 4-H Volunteer
  *No experience necessary!
Find a 4-H Club or Start One

Become a club leader for an existing club or gather youth from your family and/or neighborhood, find a project area that interests them and start a new club. The Discover 4-H Clubs curriculum is a great way to get started.

Register as a 4-H Volunteer Contact your county office to register your club and enroll as a volunteer, or register and enroll online.  Complete the volunteer training, and  any other requirements your  county office has.
Have Fun! HAVE FUN!  Share your expertise or learn something new along with your members.  Help your club prepare for events that give them a chance to share what they've learned, including State and County Fairs for all 4-H members and State Contests for 9-12th graders!
Volunteer for 4-H In other ways!

-OR- Volunteer in other ways!  There are many ways to volunteer in the 4-H program. Contact your county office to find out more about volunteer needs in your community.