- Instructions for On-line 4-H Enrollment
4HOnline Steps to Re-enroll Returning Club Leader
4HOnline Steps to Enroll New Club Leader
4HOnline Steps to Enroll New Volunteer with Existing Family
4-H Volunteer Code of Conduct
- Volunteer and Parent Resource
- Club Leader/Volunteer Resources - Resources are available for club leaders and potential leaders to help with the re-organization of their club. Nebraska 4-H and 4-H National Headquarters define a 4-H Club as: an organized group of at least five youth from three different families who meet regularly with adult volunteers or staff for a long-term, progressive series of educational experiences and have enrolled in 4-H Online. For information and ideas:
4-H Club Standards
A Toolkit for Volunteer Leaders
Club Leader Resources (includes club leader training & resources; meeting & officer resources; club activities & projects)
Knox County 4-H New Family Handbook (pdf-14 pages) updated 1-17-2020
Knox County Clover Kid Handbook (pdf-7 pages) updated 1-17-2020
Volunteer Screening - All 4-H club organizational and project leaders, volunteers and staff who work directly with youth are required to complete the Nebraska 4-H Volunteer Screening Process. Volunteer Screening is done in order to assure a safe, positive and nurturing environment for all youth involved with the Nebraska 4-H programs and provide protection for the child, the volunteer, the educator, the 4-H Council, the Extension Board, and the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension.
Knox County volunteers must be screened in 2020, even if you were screened prior to January 1, 2020. You must rescreen prior to your service to the club. We are recommending you complete the screening process as soon as possible before you plan your club re-organizational meeting or before April 15, whichever comes first. Our program does not allow us to accept you as a leader until you complete the volunteer screening process. Click here for more details on the process.
- General 4-H Resources
Spotlight on 4-H Newsletter - A newsletter that includes information that is useful to all 4-H leaders. Information on new projects, club meeting ideas, using technology, teaching tips, involving volunteers, personal development and much more.