4-H Volunteer Opportunities
Volunteers are crucial to the variety of 4-H programs we have to offer. We are dependent upon volunteers to help us provide our varied services. When you volunteer with 4-H you can have the type and amount of volunteer experience that works for you and your schedule, and you'll be certain that you are helping us to keep program prices down and club programs up and running. Below is a list of just some of the volunteer opportunities that are in store for you.
If you are interested in volunteering, please Contact 4-H. We can match you with a program that most interests you and get up set up to attend an upcoming New Volunteer Orientation.
Please volunteer by filling out our online Volunteer Opportunity form.
The Club Program
The Club Program is the oldest and most established of our delivery methods, 4-H Community Clubs are found throughout the county and offer the opportunity for hands-on learning for children ages 5 to 19. 4-H Clubs meet monthly and are youth planned and led. Within each club, 4-H members can choose to participate in a variety of
We rely upon volunteers to staff our Sacramento 4-H Council, to Lead the Club Programs and Projects. There are lots of fun perks of being a leader, including trainings and conferences.
Sacramento County Leaders' Council and the 4-H Executive Board.
Sacramento County Leaders' Council meets at the office the 4th Tuesday of the month (with a few exceptions, please call to confirm). Everyone involved in 4-H is invited to attend. The Leaders' Council is the place to share your club's success and contribute ideas to make our program even better. The meeting begins at 7:00 p.m. sharp.
The Executive Board meets at the office at 7:00 p.m. on the third Monday of the month.
Youth Experience in Sciences (YES) Program
The purpose of the On The Wild Side Program is to bring environmental education and an outdoor living experience to fourth, fifth, and sixth grade children who have limited opportunity to explore wild places or sleep under the stars.