Join the 4-H Fun as a Youth!
Membership is open to all youth without regard to race, ethnicity, color, national origin, gender-identity, sex, pregnancy, disability, sexual orientation, genetic information, veteran's status, marital status, religion, political affiliation or socioeconomic backgrounds.
- 4-H Cloverbuds ages 5 – 8 years old which are non-competitive
- 4-H Members ages 9 – 19 years old who can enter in competitive contests
To become a member visit the following links below
- Decide on a Project
- Find a Club
- Family Guide for Registering Online with a club or
- Contact your Local County Extension Office
Join the 4-H Fun as an Adult Volunteer!
Volunteers are the HEART of the 4-H program. 4-H Youth Development volunteers are valued partners in working with youth and Extension agents. Arizona 4-H is committed to providing safe places and caring adults who build caring relationships with young people.
- Community Club Leader - organizational leaders who provide guidance to clubs that meet about every month and conduct their business
- Volunteer Project Leader - volunteers who have skills or talents they want to share with young people
- Resource Volunteer - people who can only make a short term commitment but want to help out – at camps, fairs, clinics or other ways.
- Donor - visit our donate page
To become a Community Club or Volunteer Project leader complete the following certification
- Complete a Volunteer Application and submit it to your local county office. (Click on the Arizona map for locations)
- Complete a background check and submit a Fingerprint Card
- Create a University of Arizona NetID
- Participate in a county interview
- Participate in a New Leader Training as specified in your county
- Satisfactorily complete the four Western Region e-learning modules (password "volunteer")
As an applicant, you will receive a letter from the County Extension office notifying you of your acceptance, non-acceptance, or acceptance with conditions.