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Wayne County 4-H Volunteers Lead the Way

Wayne County 4-H Volunteers

These are just a few of our amazing 4-H volunteers (back row l-r: Jeff Ferry, Tim Smith, Bruce Crockett; front row l-r: Tammy Barnett, Dawn Streets, Amy Smith, and Phyllis Brumfield) who work tirelessly to serve and provide opportunities for youth in Wayne County. The Wayne County 4-H program is seeking volunteers for summer programs and to support 4-H Clubs. All potential volunteers are required to complete appropriate paperwork and training. For more information, please contact our office at 304-272-6839.

West Virginia 4-H Volunteer Opportunities

West Virginia 4-H offers opportunities that can give youth an edge in life. Our program provides a variety of volunteer opportunities for adults.

Caring Adults act as advisers and leaders for clubs, camps and activities. Each is selected, screened and trained by the WVU Extension professionals who guide the 4-H program.

Neighborhood Clubs give older and younger members a place to belong, a place to identify and a place to practice positive values, build leadership and have fun!

Special Events and Programs at the local, state and national levels support educational and developmental goals through camps, skill development events, exhibits, fairs and challenging contests.

Individualized Learning Experiences let each child choose from more than 100 projects to develop unique interests and skills and explore new ideas. Each project is developed by experts to help children learn by doing.

Leadership Development is nurtured with special emphasis placed on developing communication and decision-making skills.

If you are interested in volunteering with 4-H programs, please read about our selection process at the link below and contact your County Extension Office.

Adult Volunteer Selection Process