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4-H Enrollment

We are excited to have you join Harlan County 4-H!  For more information on what 4-H has to offer, check out our welcome packet.

The new 4-H year begins October 1, 2016.  Please visit ne.4honline.com to enroll in 4-H.

Listed below are several step-by-step guides to walk you through the process.


If you have questions, please give us a call at 308-928-2119.

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Livestock Quality Assurance

The Livestock QA Team is proud to introduce a new online version available to 4-H and FFA youth to complete their Livestock Quality Assurance Requirement.  Livestock Quality Assurance is a self-directed course designed for youth ages 8-18.  Participants will learn about good production practices and producing quality food products from taking this course.

 The course has been divided into three levels, Junior (4-H Youth Ages 8-10), Intermediate (4-H Youth Ages 11-14), and Senior (4-H Youth Ages 15-18).  Each year youth will be required to complete three modules within their age level.  Youth are eligible to work ahead so that they will be done with Quality Assurance requirements until they reach the next age level.

Requirements:

Internet access

Email address (Each 4-Her will need their own unique email address to register.  See FAQ section for unique email suggestions.) 

 How to Register:

  1. Open your web browser to http://campus.extension.org
  2. Click “Create New Account” (See Figure 1).
  3. Complete the online form and click the “Create My New Account” button at the bottom of the page.
  4. Check your email account for a confirmation email from eXtension Campus Help Desk.
    1. If you do not see a confirmation email within 2 hours check your junk/spam folders first, then email campushelp@extension.org with your username and email address, and ask for a manual confirmation.
    2. Open the email and click on the confirmation link provided to confirm your account.
    3. A web page will open indicating that “Your registration has been confirmed”. 
    4. In the upper right hand corner, you will need to search for the “Livestock Quality Assurance” course (See Figure 2).
    5. Click “Enroll Me”
    6. Scroll Down to “Course Payment”. 
    7. Click “Course Payment Link” to pay your annual enrollment fee through UNL Marketplace.
    8. Follow the onscreen directions for the course payment through UNL Marketplace.
    9. Within the Livestock Quality Assurance course click “Code Redemption Link” and enter the redemption code provided to you in the confirmation email from UNL Marketplace.
    10. You now are fully registered for the course and can complete your course requirements.

 I’m Registered, how do I find the Livestock Quality Assurance Course again after today?

  1. Open a web browser and go to http://campus.extension.org
  2. Login in the upper left hand corner with your login and password.
  3. Within the “Navigation” block, you can click “My courses” to find all eXtension courses for which you are registered.
  4. 4.      If you are registered for other classes as well, click the “Livestock Quality Assurance” link located under “My Courses” at the bottom of the page. 
  5. 5.      There is an annual fee for participating in Livestock Quality Assurance.  Therefore, you will need to go to the “Course Payment” area of the class, and complete the online instructions to pay the enrollment fee.

 

I’m Registered, and know how to login, but where can I find which modules I’ve already completed?

  1. Open a web browser and go to http://campus.extension.org
  2. Login with your username and password
  3. On the navigation bar, click “Grades”.  A complete listing of all of your grades will be available so you can see which modules you have previously completed.