Find a club by viewing the club map and listings. We are looking forward to getting you all of the information you need to connect with a 4-H club that’s right for you. We recommend checking out multiple clubs in your area to see which club fits your family the best.
Contact the club. Contact the club you are interested in and let them know you would like to join. You will need to pay your program fee to the club leader and fill out any paperwork they may have for their club.
After you have contacted a club, you must also enroll in 4Honline.
You can find instructions on how to enroll in the New Family Guide. Contact the Maricopa County 4-H Office if you have further questions: (602) 827-8275.
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. To ensure these positive environments, Arizona 4-H requires a minimum level of training before certifying volunteers as appropriate to work with other peoples' children.
Individuals wishing to become certified Arizona 4-H Volunteers must complete a screening process before working with 4-H members. To begin the process:
Complete and submit a Potential 4-H Volunteer Information Form to the Maricopa County Extension Office
Starting a new 4-H Club? Once you have at least one certified volunteer, you may start recruiting 4-H members. The requirement for 4-H clubs is to maintain at least 5 members from 3 different families. Once you have at least one Certified 4-H Volunteer, please go to the Starting a New 4-H Club page to find information on how to start your 4-H Club!