Dixon County 4-H Clubs
- Due January 31, 2021
Jr. Leaders of Dixon County
Jr. Leaders is a 4-H Club beyond the typical 4-H Club. Leaders commit to 4 years of membership, where they can earn money and points by doing community service and fund raising. To be a Jr. Leader, you must be 12 years of age by January 1, of the current year, and be enrolled in at least one 4-H project per year. The Jr. Leader program adds many opportunities for service and growth, as well as, long-lasting friendships. For more information view the ad for Jr. Leaders and the constitution at the links below.
All 4-H Volunteers must either enroll yearly in 4HOnline OR complete the 4-H Volunteer Activity Application appropriate for their role.
All 4-H Volunteers must also be screened every 5 years. New volunteers and those who did not complete the process in 2020 will need to be screened.
- ACTIVITY APPLICATIONS: Direct and Indirect Volunteers. Contact the Extension Office to request the printable or electronic applications.
- 2020 Dixon County 4-H Volunteer Screening Invitation Letter
- Screening Instructions
- Volunteer Screening Process
- Volunteer Resources
- Volunteer Training
- Youth Activity Safety Policy Parent/Guardian Information
- Volunteer Code of Conduct
Direct Volunteer: This includes staff, faculty, club leaders, lead teachers/presenters, student workers, summer interns, Teens as Teachers, chaperones, and any other adults and teens acting as direct supervision or mentor to youth in a paid, unpaid, or volunteer status, as part of a Youth Activity.
Indirect Volunteer: Any person who provides support services for Youth Activities such as teaching assistants, fair board, superintendents, judges, food service, set-up crew, maintenance, and any other adults and teens providing indirect service as part of a Youth Activity.