We'd love to have you become part of our 4-H Family!
Alaska’s 4-H program wouldn’t exist without its hundreds of volunteers. In every part of the state, 4-H volunteers coordinate 4-H community clubs, lead 4-H projects and help to plan and conduct local, regional, state and national 4-H events. People volunteer in many different ways depending on their interests, skills and time they can devote to 4-H. As a 4-H volunteer you might.
Lead a 4-H project in a subject area that excites you — forestry, fishing, fashion, foods, farm animals and many more.
Manage a 4-H community club. Schedule club meetings, train club officers, recruit parents to help out and be the communication link between your club and the UA Extension office.
Be an Outreach to Military Kids volunteer. Work with local youth groups to plan fun and educational opportunities for youths from military families. Help with family camps.
Chaperone 4-Hers on one-month cultural exchange experiences.