Volunteer Issues

In accordance with the policies of WVUES, issues with volunteers will be handled as as set forth:
WVUES Procedures for Dealing with Volunteer Issues

Mini-Lessons for Leaders

Coming Soon:”Using Social Media”

4-H Adult Volunteer & Club Leader Training

4-H Adult Volunteer Requirements

ALL Berkeley County 4-H Adult Volunteers will have on file at the Extension office:

The West Virginia University Extension Service Volunteer Application with 2 personal references that are not a family member or an Extension Agent. These people will be contacted by mail; reviews will be kept on file at the Extension office. Completed volunteer applications are good for 10 years.

A thorough background check will be executed every 3 years by WVU Human Resources.

An interview with Extension Agent is required for all new volunteer applicants.

The following items need to be renewed every year (annually)

To get started, please choose your 4-H Leadership Role below:

I am an Organizational Leader

I am a Project/Program Leader

I am a Cloverbud Leader

I am a Livestock Coach or Exhibition Chairperson

I only volunteer at specific events (this does not include Camp)


Links to Individual Forms & Resources

Organizational Leader: Job DescriptionVolunteer Record

Project/Program Leader: Job DescriptionVolunteer Record

Clover Bud Leader: Job DescriptionVolunteer Record

Livestock Coach/Exhibition Chairperson: Job DescriptionVolunteer Record

Event Volunteer: Volunteer FormVolunteer Record


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