Volunteer with Davis County 4-H
The greatness of 4-H is found within the power that volunteers and parents have to change the lives of youth. 4-H volunteer leaders and parents work with and support youth in their development of various skills, enabling them to reach their fullest potential.
- General/Organizational Leaders - Organize, enroll and lead 4-H youth in a variety of projects.
- Project Leaders - Provide leadership in a specific project area in clubs, schools, after-school clubs, camps, etc.
- Activity Leaders - Organize or assist with a 4-H activity or event.
- Resource Volunteers - Resource leaders (event judges or chaperones/drivers), business owners, council members and board members.
- Collegiate 4-H Leaders - USU Students who join the Collegiate 4-H Club serve in a variety of leadership roles.
- Junior Leaders - 4-H Youth in 7th & 8th grade assist adult leaders in clubs and activities.
- Teen Leaders - 4-H youth in grades 9th-12th serve as club leaders of their own clubs with an adult assistant.
- Teen Council Members - 4-H Youth in grades 9th-12th help to plan and direct the 4-H program in their county.
Ready to Make a Difference?
Contact us to find out what clubs and projects are going in your area.