Volunteer Leader Resources
This letter is sent to the families of 4-H members. It explains what 4-H is and gives parents the opportunity to become involved.
The following events are not covered by 4-H insurance and are prohibited.
Pennsylvania has joined twenty-two other states in utilizing a series of interactive online training modules developed specifically for 4-H volunteers.
Publications available to support 4-H projects. These include member manuals and records, leaders guides and other publications.
The following links provide information to help guide you when creating club web pages. You will find rules that must be followed, as well as several suggestions for your consideration in an effort to help maintain quality standards and safety for all who participate in the 4-H program.
Human development is a continuous process that proceeds in a fairly orderly manner throughout life. All individuals experience the various stages of physical, psychological, and social development.
This guide provides information for the club reporters as to how to report a news story by using the who, what, how, where, and when rules.
The Treasurer's Book contains tips for conducting meetings, and pages for recording meeting minutes, attendance, and enrollment records.
4-H leaders can use this guide to evaluate their club program.
This guide describes ways to connect youth with their communities