Orange County 4-H
Orange County 4-H
Orange County 4-H
University of California
Orange County 4-H

Join a Club!

Become a 4-H club member!

Enrollment instructions for youth members:          2021-2022 Youth Enrollment Instructions

1) Choose a 4-H Community Club. There are 12 active 4-H Clubs across Orange County, each with their own unique offerings. Contact the Community Club Leader to indicate your interest. 4-H Clubs have no affiliation with cities, school districts, nor with any religious or political organizations. The meeting place for each club is chosen based on convenience, and you are welcome to join any Club that fits your family's needs.

2) Submit online enrollment here: 4Honline 2.0 enrollment system 

Please NOTE: 4Honline has migrated to 4Honline 2.0 and has a new look. If you need assistance, use this Family Enrollment Guide or contact the county office.

TEEN LEADERS: Please identify ALL of your volunteer roles at the time you enroll and any time you take on a new role - for example, club officer, project leader/teen leader, etc.

Here are some tips to remember:

  • When you join a club, it's best to make sure the club leader knows you and that you have submitted all your paperwork. Get to know your club leader because they will be a great resource during your time in 4-H.
  • Be sure you are enrolled in all the projects you plan to participate in. You can update this at any time during the year. Keeping your enrolled projects current makes it easier to contact you about projects you are participating in.
  • Once you set up a family account, it is always there, even if you change clubs. If you can't remember the account information or password, please use the "Forgot your Password" link or contact the 4-H Office at 949-653-1803. Do not create a new account!

3) Pay fees and submit paperwork. 

Pay your enrollment fees via credit card by completing this SURVEY   

Once you have chosen a club and are in contact with your Community Club Leader, you might need to give him or her your enrollment paperwork when you attend a meeting in person. Your enrollment paperwork includes two (2) important parts: Medical Release Form (Youth or Adult version) and Health History Information; this paperwork must be kept by your 4-H Leaders. 

Annual youth program fees are $80; plus $25 family fee when enrolling the first youth member

Clubs may elect to add an additional club fee paid directly to the club. 

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Should your child need any accommodations, please fill out the accommodations request form and email to (rmjakel@ucanr.edu). 

Accomodation Request Form

Become a 4-H Club or Project Leader!

Adults interested in volunteering in a 4-H club should complete:

1. the Volunteer Interest Survey (new volunteers only)

2. online enrollment  4Honline 2.0 Enrollment System

Please NOTE: 4Honline has migrated to 4Honline 2.0 and has a new look. If you need assistance, use this Family Enrollment Guide or contact the county office.

NOTE: Please identify ALL of your volunteer roles at the time of enrollment or as you add any new roles (for example, Club Leader/Co-Leader; Project Leader/Co-Leader; County Committee Chair; Event Chair, etc.)

3. mandatory volunteer training
a. 4-H Volunteer Training:
Training courses are available at https://campus.extension.org/
There are specific courses for new and returning volunteers. New volunteers need to create an account; returning volunteers should use their existing account. Be sure to check with your club leader for the enrollment key to access the training courses. Contact the county office if you are returning after a break in service as you may qualify for a one-time exception to starting over.
b. COVID-19 Mitigation Training & Acknowldegement
The State Office now requires all adult volunteers and Teen Leaders to complete this new training which can be found here: Training & Acknowledgement
 
4. LiveScan background screening 
Contact the county office for locations and forms
 
5. For volunteers leading projects:
Also new this year, as a result of changes in 4Honline options, all project leaders will need to submit a Project Planning Guide & Syllbus 2021-2022 - fillable  to the county office using this SURVEY so that we can properly designate the projects offered by each club. We can no longer create unique, county-specific project titles so project titles must be consistent with this CA 4-H Projects List. For help and more resources for 4-H Projects and Curriculum, check out the following:

 

AND NEW THIS YEAR...
Adult volunteers pay no program fees - we are grateful for your service!

Call OC-4H

If you have any questions, please give us a call at (949) 653-1803.

We will be happy to assist you!

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