If you are wishing to become a NEW member of Crow Wing County 4-H, you can enroll online at https://mn.4honline.com. If you are re-entolling, just update your existing account.
Things to remember:
New members – make sure to select a club and at least one project area to complete your enrollment. Members may not be Independent until after two years of participation in a 4-H club. Enrollment is free of charge and is open to youth grades K-13.
Here is a list of clubs in Crow Wing County: 4-H_Clubs-in-the-Area.
Online Enrollment - Enrollment for the new 4-H year opens September 16. The process is quick and easy; even families with multiple youth can be done in 10 minutes or less. Re-enrolling early ensures that critical communications will be received, especially as it relates to deadlines and project-specific information.
Part of enrolling for youth, parents, and adult volunteers will be agreeing to the Minnesota 4-H code of conduct, which is available for review in its entirety, along with other policy and authorization statements at http://www.extension.umn.edu/youth/mn4-h/policies/
For more information on the 4-H youth development program and to visit the project selection guide please visit the state 4-H page: http://www.extension.umn.edu/youth/mn4-H/
New this fall: all re-enrolling adult volunteers will be required to complete “Safety of Minors” training in order to comply with policy adopted by the University of Minnesota in June 2013. This training will be available online via 4HOnline when you re- enroll. In some cases, it may be offered in a face-to- face setting.
If you are not yet an adult volunteer but are willing to share your time and talents to make a difference, 4-H needs you! The first step to becoming an adult 4-H volunteer is to complete the volunteer application process, plus the “Safety of Minors” training. Learn more at http://www.extension.umn.edu/youth/mn4-h/volunteer/
Volunteer applicants are not approved until all aspects of the application process, including the “Safety of Minors” training, are completed. See next article for more details on the training.
For more local information, read our Clover Update. http://www3.extension.umn.edu/sites/default/files/download/CRO_SepOct_2014.pdf