Oneida County 4-H Volunteers
Anyone ages 19 or older can volunteer for Oneida County 4-H!
If you care about young people and wish to make a difference in their lives, this is for you!
If you are passionate about making an impact in the community, this is for you!
You do NOT have to be a parent, guardian, or expert to volunteer!
Steps to Become a Certified 4-H Volunteer
1. Sign Up to Volunteer
You can sign up by phone, email, mail, or online:
We can enroll you as a volunteer over the phone, just give us a call at 715-365-2750.
Download the enrollment form (green button below); fill out the fillable form and email it to email@example.com.
Download the enrollment form (green button below); print and complete, then mail to: UW-Extension Oneida County (Oneida County 4-H), PO Box 518, Rhinelander, WI 54501.
Or you can enroll online as a 4-H volunteer!
2. Complete a Background Check
Once you have signed up, you will need to complete the steps that allow us to do a background check. The process is simple! After your enrollment is completed, our third-party provider, HireRight, will send you an email asking for permission to run a basic background check. This service is FREE to you.
3. Complete Required Trainings
There are four trainings that are required for new volunteers – you can either schedule to do them all at once during an in-person training session, or you can complete them online on your own.
- Volunteer in Preparation – 30 minutes, one-time training
- Mandated Reporter – 45 minutes, one-time training
- Building Safe Spaces – 45 minutes, one-time training (with a 2 year refresher)
- Supporting You, Supporting Youth (Title IX) – 10 minutes, annually
If you would like to become a certified volunteer that chaperones overnight experiences, you will also need to complete the Supporting Youth Mental Health training.
For other available trainings, visit Wisconsin 4-H .
Recognizing Oneida County 4-H volunteers!