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Pitt County 4-H

Head, Heart, Hands and Health each sit on a hue of green.

Volunteer Leader Trainings

Welcome to the Pitt County 4-H Volunteer Training! We are excited that you are interested in serving as a volunteer in our program. Part 1 of the course will cover the fundamentals and basics of 4-H volunteerism. This course will also be full of resources for you to refer back to during your time as a volunteer. If you have not done so already, please visit 4-H Online to complete your volunteer enrollment. Once all training has been completed, you will be able to move forward with your volunteer experience.

Step 1: 4-H Online Application ( Please refer to volunteer levels).

Step 2: Meeting with 4-H Agent ( phone, virtual, or in-person).

Step 3: Volunteer Training Lessons:

To receive credit for completing this training, please follow the steps in the
order below:

  1. View the training lesson or transcript. ( You must request access to view the videos).
  2. Complete the end of lesson quiz.
  3. A certificate of completion will be sent via email.

Lesson 1: 4-H 101

Lesson 2: Ages and Stages

Troubleshooting: If you have trouble accessing lesson content please contact 4-H agent, Lauren Dail at lsdail2@ncsu.edu or (252)902-1712.

Written By

Lauren Dail, N.C. Cooperative ExtensionLauren DailExtension Agent, 4-H Youth Development Call Lauren Email Lauren N.C. Cooperative Extension, Pitt County Center
Page Last Updated: 5 months ago
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