How to Enroll in 4-H

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2022 Enrollment  is now open!

Perfered enorllment deadline is November 1st,  2021

Enroll online at http://wi.4honline.com

DOUGLAS COUNTY 4-H Douglas County Cooperative Extension 4-H Programs give young people a chance to learn new skills, gain self confidence, and contribute to their communities.
4-H Youth Development faculty and staff create real-world experiences that teach leadership and citizenship skills.
 
4-H ENROLLMENT – You must enroll or re-enroll online. If unable to enroll online, we will take paper enrollments these can be filled out and returned to the office(found at bottom of this page). Please the office at 715-395-1363 for more inforamation and help. 

Welcome to the 4HOnline enrollment process.  Their are packets below with instructions to help you enroll yourself or your children in Douglas County 4-H.  There are separate instructions for families/youth and leaders/volunteers.  You will need access to a computer, your email address and the internet and this program will work with all levels of internet service.

Steps to Enroll in 4-H”

  1. Select 4-H Club: See this list for 4-H Clubs and leader information 
  2. Select 4-H projects: See above for information.

4-HOnline link: http://wi.4honline.com    Go here to enroll

4-HOnline 2.0 Guide for enorllment process : Click on this link to see helpful guide for enrollment help

Passworld help:  If your password does not work, click on the Reset Password link on the login page and you will be emailed a new one.

4-H Projects: Youth must select 4-H projects! There are over 100 projects to choose from! The project selected now means this are the projects youth can exhibit in at the Head of the Lakes Fair. Click on this link to the see the Wisconsin 4-H Project guide.

 

4-H Volunteer Leaders

4-H Youth Development programs and activities must be supervised by an adult, 18 years of age or older, who has completed the Youth Protection program and is currently an enrolled 4-H volunteer leader. The primary purpose of this process is to ensure the safety and well-being of all participants (i.e., youth, their parents and families, salaried and volunteer staff.) Refer to the Wisconsin 4-H Youth Development Policies for the complete Youth Protection policies.

  1. In order to initially be recognized as a 4-H volunteer leader in the Wisconsin 4-H Youth Development program, all adults age 18 years and over must participate in the Youth Protection Process.  The Wisconsin 4-H Youth Development Youth Protection program process includes:
    1. Completion of the 4-H Enrollment process online through 4honline at: https://wi.4honline.com This online enrollment process includes:
      1. Volunteer enrollment information (name, address, contact information, etc.)
      2. Approval for University of Wisconsin Extension to run a background records check for arrest and conviction records through the approved channel
      3. Agreement to follow Volunteer Behavior Expectations (this is a box you will check online.) Agreement can also be found at: http://www.uwex.edu/ces/4h/pubs/showdoc.cfm?documentid=45574
    2. Participation in volunteer orientation session. These sessions are typically held quarterly. Please contact Katie Stenroos, Douglas County 4-H Program Coordinator at 715-395-1365 or email at katelin.stenroos@wisc.edu  for the next scheduled Volunteer Orientation session.
  2. In order to continue as a 4-H volunteer leader in the Wisconsin 4-H Youth Development program beyond the first year, all adults 18 years of age and over must annually complete the following:
    1. Completion of the 4-H Enrollment process online through 4honline at: https://wi.4honline.com This online enrollment process includes:
      1. Volunteer enrollment information (name, address, contact information, etc.)
      2. Approval for University of Wisconsin Extension to run a background records check for arrest and conviction records through the approved channel.     Note: A background records check for arrest and conviction records will be completed every four years for continuing 4-H volunteer leaders.
      3. Agreement to follow Volunteer Behavior Expectations (this is a box you will check online.) Agreement can also be found at: Volunteer Agreement.

Returning volunteers who have been absent one to four years

  1. Completion of the 4-H Enrollment process online through 4honline at: https://wi.4honline.com This online enrollment process includes:
    1. Volunteer enrollment information (name, address, contact information, etc.)
    2. Approval for University of Wisconsin Extension to run a background records check for arrest and conviction records through the approved channel.
    3. Agreement to follow Volunteer Behavior Expectations (this is a box you will check online.) Agreement can also be found at:Volunteer Agreement.
      Returning volunteers who have been absent five or more years need to repeat the entire Youth Protection process.

      1. Completion of the 4-H Enrollment process online through 4honline at: https://wi.4honline.com This online enrollment process includes:
        1. Volunteer enrollment information (name, address, contact information, etc.)
        2. Approval for University of Wisconsin Extension to run a background records check for arrest and conviction records through the approved channel
        3. Agreement to follow Volunteer Behavior Expectations (this is a box you will check online.) Agreement can also be found at: Volunteer Agreement.
      2. Participation in volunteer orientation session. These sessions are typically held quarterly. Please refer to Katie Stenroos, Douglas County 4-H Program Coordinator at  715-395-1365 for the next scheduled Volunteer Orientation session.

Paper Enrollment Forms 

 4-H enrollment paper forms – Click on this link to see the 2020 paper enrollment forms.  Contact Katie Stenroos at katelin.stenroos@wisc.edu for guideance.  Forms can be emaild or mailed to the Extension office.

 

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