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Volunteers Needed: Real Money Real World Program
The 2019 Ohio 4-H Conference will be held at the Greater Columbus Convention Center on Saturday, March 9, 2019.
Annual Update Forms
2019 4-H Reminders
2019 Club Enrollment Check List
2019 Project Completion Requirements New and Revised Only
2019 Geauga 4-H Calendar
Helpful links for 4-H Volunteers
Volunteer Training Opportunities
Portage County - February 11 - Ravenna High School, 6:00 - 8:30pm
February 27–Auburn Career Center - Registration is due no later than Monday, February 25th
March 20 - New Volunteer Training and OSU Child Abuse Training Policy 1.50
March 20–Medina County Career Center
April 11–Kent State Geauga Campus
Club Organizational Advisors will be mailed a club list of volunteer training attendance. Volunteers should contact their clubs head advisor to obtain their training status. Volunteers must complete two annuals trainings. New Volunteers must complete two trainings in addition to New Volunteer Orientation. Deadline to complete all trainings is October 1st (all paperwork must be received by the deadline to receive credit).
Online Volunteer Training Opportunities – All trainings must be completed and submitted to the Extension Office by October 1st.
Washington State University e-Learning Course
This training includes four interactive, self-paced training modules, complete with review: “About 4-H,” “Positive Youth Development,” “Getting Started in 4-H,” and “Leadership and Teaching.” This e-Learning course was created by 4-H professionals from Washington State University and can currently be utilized by Ohio 4-H volunteers. It is a great opportunity for our volunteers to further learn about volunteerism and 4-H. If you would like to complete one of the modules please follow the steps below…..
2. Type in your name, state and the password of “volunteer”.
3. Choose a module and follow directions to take the online quiz. You may print a certificate upon successful completion of each quiz.
4. Complete 3 Modules = 1 training Credit
Washington State University Livestock Based Trainings
The Disease Prevention Module is one of two modules brought to you by Veterinary Medicine Extension. This training module teaches you bio-security practices and how they can be used to reduce the risk of contracting and spreading diseases while raising 4-H livestock. It is a great way to learn disease prevention while providing you with inspiration and teaching ideas so you can bring these concepts to youth in your county!
Providing safe, wholesome products for consumers through 4-H projects.
The Quality Assurance Module is intended specifically for volunteer leaders and provides training, resources, and ideas to help prepare volunteer leaders to teach youth about quality assurance. This course was created in response to the need expressed by volunteer leaders throughout the state for an interactive on-line resource about quality assurance in 4-H livestock projects.
Providing clean and comfortable environments to optimize livestock health and well being.
This is the third online training module offered through Veterinary Medicine Extension for 4-H Volunteer Leaders who work with youth livestock projects.
The Housing Environments Module is intended specifically for volunteer leaders and provides training, resources, and ideas to help prepare volunteer leaders to teach youth about livestock housing environments. This course was created in response to increasing concern over livestock health and welfare in this country and emphasizes the importance of optimizing housing environments to ensure 4-H livestock health and well-being in Washington State, while promoting human health and environmental stewardship.
Each module takes approximately 1 hour to complete. To receive credit, watch the module then complete the quiz at the end. Provide the Extension Office with a copy of your quiz score (this may be a screen shot). One module = 1 credit
Learn eXtension – Training Opportunities
Offers a wide variety of educational webinars that can be used to fulfil training requirements. To receive 1 training credit – complete one online webinar (live or previously recorded) and submit to the Extension Office the following:
1. Name of Webinar
2. Date Completed
3. Brief Summary of the webinar and how it will be utilized in your 4-H club
Due in the Extension Office by October 1
Clover Key Award
The KEY to 4-H growth lies in new, committed, and creative leaders. This award recognizes leaders with service from 1-5 years who have provided outstanding service to 4-H and demonstrated a genuine passion towards 4-H and its ongoing success.
Leadership Development Award
This award recognizes a 4-H volunteer, with 5 or more years of service, who has demonstrated and displayed the ability to develop leadership in youth.
Meritorious Service Award
This award honors an individual who has shown superior dedication to the 4-H program. Volunteers with 10 or more years of service, who have made a special contribution to or impact on the Geauga County 4-H program. The nominee for this award will have influenced the lives of 4-H members in Ohio in a positive way and/or influenced the overall of the 4-H program.
Geauga County 4-H Hall of Fame Award
This award honors an individual who has served in the 4-H program for a minimum of 15 years and had made significant lifetime contributions of service to the 4-H program.
Open recruitment for committee membership takes place every fall. Interested individuals are invited to apply. Applications must be printed or typed. Applications are due by October 31st and submitted to the Geauga County Extension Office. Selected individuals will be notified in writing.