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Marin County 4-H Program

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The Marin County 4-H program helps young people, ages 5-18, reach their fullest potential as competent, confident individuals who contribute to and are connected with their communities. In 4-H programs, youth set goals, develop plans, complete projects, and reflect on their experiences. Youth are encouraged to discover their passions, adopt a growth mindset, and practice self-reflection. Read more in the UC 4-H Family Handbook

⇒Google Calendar of 4-H Events and Projects⇐

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Read about how the new club is organized (Unified Marin County 4-H Club and Volunteer Management Organization): Marin County 4-H Club Operating Procedures final 11.7.2022

Enrolling in 4-H

YOUTH (that are aged 5 to 18)

  1. Look at the Marin County 4-H Club Project Catalog (English Version), Catálogo de Proyectos Marin 4-H (Versión en Español) select the various project you would like to do. Check out the 4-H winter supplement for projects starting in January 2024! 4-H Winter/ Spring Supplement Here 
  2. Thanks to the Miranda Lux Foundation, youth enrollment fees are waived ($0). Please continue to the youth project selection survey using the link:  Access 2024 Project Selections Here 
      
  3. Parents/guardians submit 4-H youth member enrollment online at https://4h.zsuite.org/.
      
  4. Parents/guardians communicate with 4-H project leader(s). Either email them or wait to be contacted and reminded about meeting dates, times, and locations. 

 

Enrollment Resources:

Youth Enrollment Instructions 2023-2024

Step-by-step Videos

Add the Marin County 4-H Club general meetings on your calendar held at different locations in Marin County 

    1.  4-H Marin Office, Novato Wednesday September, 20th 7:00pm-8:00pm. 
    2. San Rafael Meeting/Social Monday December 18th 6:30pm-7:30pm.
    3. Field Day Meeting Saturday March 16th time: 11am at Marin French Cheese Co.
    4. End of Year Potluck at Point Reyes Saturday May, 4th time: TBD.

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ADULT (must be at least 18 years old)

  1. Consider your strengths and expertise.
    What 4-H project area can you organize a sequence of 6 or more hours of meetings, field trips, guest speakers, and related activities to help youth deepen their knowledge and skills?
      
  2. Contact the Marin County 4-H Program Coordinator to discuss your role. 
      
  3. Complete the interest survey at  https://ucanr.edu/marinvolunteer.

Need more info about the volunteer process?

Click links below: 
Adult Volunteer Initial Appointment Process 2023-2024
Adult Volunteer Re-Appointment Process 2023-2024

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