Volunteers are key to the 4-H program. They enable the 4-H program to grow and thrive. These individuals donate their time, efforts and skills so that the Harevey County 4-H program can excel. Staff and parents trust these volunteers to have the best interests of young people at heart.
Safety of young people is a shared responsibility between volunteers, Extension staff, K-State Research and Extension, and the state. We need to do our best to protect young people through the implementation of a youth protection system. In Kansas, the youth protection system is the Kansas 4-H Volunteer Screening process.
Please Click Here for a Step-By-Step Guide to becoming a volunteer or renewing your status.
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Official 4-H Logos:
The official logo has to be on every flyer, brochure, t-shirt, etc. Anything that goes out to promote 4-H or give information has to have the co-branded logo (the top 3). Along with that, anything that goes out to promote or give information must have the following statement:
Kansas State University Agricultural Experiment Station and Cooperative Extension Service
K-State Research and Extension is an equal opportunity provider and employer.
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