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4-H Volunteer

Hosted by: Gallatin County 4-H Foundation

Date

Ongoing Opportunity

Time

Contact coordinator for times

Contact

Kelton Jensen
keltonjensen@montana.edu
406-582-3280

About 4-H Volunteer

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Do you have a hobby, passion or profession you would like to teach youth how to do as well? That is what 4-H calls a "Project Leader". As a project leader you would have maybe 5-20 youth who you would guide in learning. Depending on the project you can choose to hold a monthly meeting or more often.

Were you once in a 4-H club or enjoy helping youth learn how to run 4-H meetings and do community service? If so, this is what we call a Club Leader. Clubs are highly encouraged for all 4-H youth to participate in and learn leadership skills, speaking skills, and service. Clubs typically hold a business meeting monthly and might add in a field trip, or service activity every few months. Clubs promote 4-H to other youth in the county!

Application Process

Volunteers do need to complete a volunteer application located on gallatin4h.org. Then once the background check is done, there is a mandatory training to attend.

Family-Friendly

Parents and children are invited and encouraged to get involved.


We're looking for volunteers who:

Care about:

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    Education
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    Youth
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    Health and Wellness
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    Animals

Are a skilled:

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    Mentor

Are interested in:

  • The outdoors
    The Outdoors
  • Art design
    Art & Design
  • Cooking
    Cooking
  • Fitness
    Fitness
  • Fun games
    Fun & Games
  • Gardening
    Gardening
  • Animals 2
    Pets
  • Sports
    Sports
  • Reading writing
    Reading & Writing

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