Enroll as a New Club Leader

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If you are enrolling in 4-H for the first time, you must contact your local Extension office before beginning the 4-H Online enrollment process.

Adults serving as a 4-H Club Project Leader or 4-H Club Organizational Leader must enroll through 4-H Online. Adult leaders who are new to the program need to create a new Family Profile.

Parents/Guardians of currently enrolled 4-H members should use their existing family profile and add themselves as a new "Adult Member".

Enroll a New Club Leader

Step One: Create a Family Profile

Visit v2.4honline.com.

Click “Don’t have an account?” if you have never enrolled in 4-H before using 4-H Online. If you have had a 4hOnline account in a different state, please use your login information to sign into your account. 

NOTE: If you had an account in 4-H Online 1.0, enter the login information for your existing account. Each 4-H household will have a family profile in which the 4-H youth for the household will be added. Individual youth will not have an individual profile/login.

Select "Nebraska" from the drop-down menu.

Select your county from the drop-down menu. 

The email address will be used as the user/access id. Enter an email address you use and a password you will remember. There will be an option later in enrollment to add additional email addresses.

Please enter the household "Last Name".

Select "Create Login".

Creating a profile

Step Two: Enter Family Profile Information

Complete the required profile information.

Please enter the best number to reach you at. 

You do not need to change your password.

Entering your personal info

Step Three: Add Adults to the Family Profile

You may now add the individuals in your household. Select "Add Member".

Now enter information for one specific individual in the household.

You may choose to change the email address if so preferred.

The asterisk areas are required. All other fields are optional.

Please enter the number of years you have been a 4-H volunteer! The Extension office has a list if you cannot remember.

Add Adults

Step Four: Add Volunteer Enrollment

Click Select Volunteer Types to indicate how you are planning to participate in the program throughout the year.

At least one Volunteer Type is required during the enrollment process. You may add additional Volunteer Types later, if needed.

For Nebraska, you will need to choose if your are an "organizational leader" (club leader) or "project leader".

add volunteer enrollment

Step Five: Adding a Club and Projects

Select the County, Club and Volunteer type that corresponds with the Club in which you would like to participate.

If you have selected to participate as a Project leader, you will be prompted to select a Project. Click Select Projects.

Step Six: Consent Form and Code of Conduct

Please sign all consent forms on this page. This includes our Activity Worker Guidelines and our Volunteer Code of Conduct. 

Step Seven: Confirmation and Submit Enrollment

If all information looks correct, please submit your application. You will then be prompted to move to the next step, which is our screening process. 

Please note that until your enrollment has been accepted and all screening pieces complete, you will not be considered an active volunteer. 

Step Eight: Volunteer Screening

All Nebraska 4-H volunteers must complete the 4-H Volunteer screening process before volunteering with 4-H in any capacity. Please contact your local Extension office for any questions.

All direct volunteers with Nebraska 4-H are required to complete a background check through Nebraska DHHS. On the prompted screening screen you will be asked to sign your permission to be screened and for those results to be shared with Nebraska 4-H. 

In the message of the consent, you will find a direct link to the DHHS webpage. Please click on this link or copy and paste it into your browser. Screenings that are completed without following this link will not be connected to Nebraska 4-H or your 4hOnline account. 

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