4-H Volunteer Training

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Haywood County 4-H Volunteer Training in white with hands of different skin tones raised holding red hearts. On green streaky background

Have you ever thought of volunteering with Haywood County 4-H? Join us for volunteer training sessions to learn about 4-H, volunteer opportunities and how you can be a supportive and caring adult volunteer!

All interested adult volunteers are invited to our training sessions (either one or even both) whether you are a current volunteer or are simply just interested in becoming a volunteer. These trainings may also apply toward annual volunteer training requirements.

See below for more information on topics to be presented at each session  Lunch will be provided with registration. Registration will close Friday April 26th at noon. Training sessions will be held at the Haywood Cooperative Extension Offices at 589 Raccoon Road in Waynesville. If you have any questions that cannot be answered in this article, please reach out to Haywood County 4-H Agent, Leah Jorgensen at Leah_Jorgensen@ncsu.edu or 828-456-3575.


April 27 – 10 a.m. – 12 p.m.

Topic: 4-H Volunteering 101

In this training session attendees will learn the basics of being a volunteer with Haywood County 4-H. 4-H is a great and broad program that allows for a myriad of opportunities for youth and adult volunteers alike! This training will include: a introduction to 4-H, different volunteer opportunities, pertinent Haywood County policies, volunteer requirements and volunteer basics.

April 27 – 1 p.m. – 3 p.m.

Topic: Volunteer Leadership

Volunteers are more than helping hands, they’re leaders in their communities! In the session volunteers will tap in to their leadership potential. We’ll learn what motivates you as a volunteer, take a leadership self-assessment and gain a better understanding of the positive impact being a 4-H volunteer can make on the lives of youth in our community.

Want to learn more about what being a 4-H volunteer entails? Read the article about becoming a volunteer here!