Thanks for Your Support
We have a wonderful 4-H program in Berkeley County because of our awesome volunteers!
To ensure the continued safety and well-being of our 4-H members, volunteers are required to complete comprehensive training and undergo background checks. Sometimes the requirements get a bit complicated. Bear with us. Suzanne and Michael are constantly finding ways to make it easier for you to become an approved volunteer so you can continue doing what you do so very well. We are always a phone call or email away. Feel free to stop by the office for assistance!
Title IX Training
Adults who participate in WVU sponsored programs MUST complete Title IX training. There are no exceptions to this requirement.
Who must take Title IX training? All 4-H Members and Leaders who are 18 years old or older (or will be 18 by the first day of camp) AND have not had the training in the past 2 years.
If you have not completed this training or if you are unsure of your training status, please contact our office immediately 304-264-1936.
Additional Training and Documentation
Visit WVU Extension's Volunteer Training Overview. At the bottom of that page are the requirements for volunteering. The following list of items are those that you will need to complete and/or sign in our office before you volunteer for 4-H.
- Complete Volunteer Application form (with references)
- Title IX Training - Online (In person training required every 3 years)
- Code of Conduct
- Job Description that coincides with your role in the 4-H Club (see below)
- Essential Elements
- Protecting Our Children Quiz with a score of 70% or higher
- Check of the National Sex Offender Registry (Conducted by WVU Extension)
- Complete the required training as listed on the Volunteer Record
4-H Leadership Job Descriptions
- Organizational (Club) Leader
- Project/Program Leader
- Cloverbud Leader
- Livestock Coach or Exhibition Chairperson
- Specific event volunteer only (does not include camp)