If you like working with youth and enjoy giving back to your community, Nebraska 4-H might be a great volunteer fit for you! Nebraska 4-H invites you to make the difference in the life of a young person. 4-H is known for hands-on learning experiences and helping youth build confidence and practical life skills. Nebraska 4-H offers a wide variety of involvement opportunities for adult volunteers, including helping with a one-time event or program, helping with a summer-long program, sharing a skill with a 4-H member, helping with an afterschool program, assisting with or leading a 4-H club, teaching a workshop, helping at the local county fair, coordinating a community service project, mentoring a new 4-H family, or serving on 4-H council. Check out our volunteer opportunities via GivePulse for more details.
All individuals volunteering with Nebraska 4-H must complete the Youth Protection 4-H Volunteer Screening process before volunteering or working with 4-H in any capacity. 4-H volunteers are also screened on a regular basis. Additionally, any volunteer chaperoning 4-H members during a 4-H overnight event or activity must also complete the We Protect Staff, Volunteers & Youth Nebraska Chaperone Training. Additional training materials are also available to help volunteers be successful in their roles.
Please note that certain volunteer roles within Nebraska 4-H require additional screening or training, including 4-H Shooting Sports Instructors/Leaders, FIRST Robotics volunteers, and 4-H Horsemanship Advancement Level Examiners.
- Volunteer Training: Plugged In 4-H Experiences
- Volunteer Opportunities via GivePulse
- Volunteer Job Descriptions
- Club Leader Volunteers
- Volunteer Screening
- Volunteer Training
- Volunteer Recognition
- Volunteer Handbook
- Volunteer Code of Conduct