How to become a registered 4-H Leader:
We are always accepting new leaders into our program. The screening and training process to become a new leader takes about 4-6 weeks. Here's how it works:
How do I register as a returning 4-H Leader?
If you don't know all information the forms ask for or have any questions, call the Extension Office at 883-7131.
4-H Leaders' Group Meetings Monthly Meetings:
Held at the Klamath County OSU Extension Office, 6923 Washburn Way, Klamath Falls
First Monday 6:00PM: Non-Animals (Conference Room) & Shooting Sports (Classroom) 5:30PM
Second Monday 6:30PM: Goats (Conference Room) & Sheep (Classroom)
Third Monday 7:00PM: Beef (Conference Room) & Swine (Classroom)
Fourth Monday 6:00PM: Horse (Conference Room) & Small-Animals (Classroom)
All other Leader Groups meet as necessary. Contact the Extension Office at 541-883-7131 for more information.
See the Klamath County 4-H Calender for more events and meeting times!
Can parents be a leader?
Parents can also be 4-H leaders, this is not new; but many parents do not take advantage of this opportunity, or don’t feel comfortable with the role, or for whatever reason they just choose not to. However, as we make a fresh start we would just like to remind everybody that this can take some of the burden off of the main club leaders and help keep more parents in the loop if they want to complete the process of becoming a 4-H volunteer. The cost to enroll as a leader is still only $1 ($2 for horse project leaders) which covers the accident insurance premium. More people will be given the chance to get more information from our office.
Becoming a 4-H Leader
Oregon 4-H screens and trains all 4-H volunteer applicants. This process includes:
For more information on becoming a 4-H Leader, contact the Extension Office at 883-7131.