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OSU Extension

College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences


Step 1: Choose Your Opportunity!

Ongoing Volunteer Opportunities

Program Specific Volunteer Opportunities

Filled Volunteer Roles

Organizational Club Volunteer (Advisor)

Hamilton County Fair Coordinator


Hamilton County Community Fair Coordinator

Activity Project Club Volunteers Communication Work Group Leader 4-H Project Interview Coordinator (Description Coming Soon)
Cloverbud Advisor

Fundraising Work Group Leader

4-H Club Financial Volunteer

Teen Leadership Council Coordinator (Description Coming Soon)


SPIN Club Volunteers (Advisor)

Camp Coordinator (Description Coming Soon)


Advisory Committee Member (Description Coming Soon)



Step 2: Register

New Volunteer Application
Send your completed application to OSU Extension, Hamilton County, 4-H Youth Development (

Returning Volunteers
Visit, log in and re-enroll as a volunteer. 

Step 3: Schedule An Interview

Once we have received and reviewed your application you'll get a call to schedule your volunteer interview. You will meet with the Extension Educator, 4-H Youth Development as well as any additional parties you may work with. This could include other club advisors, species superintendents and/or youth.

Step 4: Get A Background Check

Once you have completed your interview you'll get a letter with detailed information about how and where to go to get your background check. This will come directly from the Extension Educator, 4-H Youth Development. If you've been authorized to get a background check by the educator and need a copy of the background check reimbursement: click here.

Step 5: Annual Training

Once your background check has cleared you will recieve a formal letter of acceptance and you can begin volunteering!

You'll need to stay current on youth devleopment and child abuse reporting, you'll need to take your annual child abuse training online. Instructions can be found here!