November 2019 -- Update from Director // Reducing Risk and Raising Success // Celebrate End of the Year Giving with AmazonSmile // 4-H Billboard Scavenger Hunt // Creating A Pro-Social Environment // November is. . . // Upcoming Events
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Volunteers are the HEART of the 4-H program. 4-H Youth Development volunteers and Cooperative Extension staff are partners, working with youth to create safe spaces and caring relationships. To ensure these positive environments and relationships, Arizona 4-H requires a fingerprint-based background check and a minimum level of training before certifying that volunteers are ready to work with youth from other families.
Individuals who wish to become certified AZ 4-H Volunteers must complete the following before beginning to work with 4-H youth members.
Submit your county's application form to your local county 4-H extension office.
Complete current requirements for a finger-print-based background check and receive clearance
Complete the University of Arizona registration process for new volunteers (NetID and Designated Campus Colleague registration)
Participate in an interview either face to face or by phone
Satisfactorily complete the four Western Region e-Learning modules. Each volunteer must enter their name, select Arizona (even if they reside in another sate) and use the password volunteer. These modules were originally developed by Washington State 4-H, but have been adopted by all the states of the Western Region.
Participate in any New Leader Training required by your county
4-H Volunteer Monthly Newsletter Archive
October 2019 -- Igniting the Spark // Join Us to Celebrate National 4-H Week // Honoring Dr. Bill Peterson // Helping Youth Find Their Hopeful Purpose // October is. . . // Upcoming Events
September 2019 -- Message from the Director // Positive Youth Development: Safe Environment // Youth Spotlight: Scholarships // Fall Paper Clover // Cloverbud Corner // Encourage Challenge and Discovery // Ice-Breakers // September is. . . // Upcoming Events