4-H Club Leader: Charleston and Dorchester Counties
WhenIt's flexible! We'll work with your schedule.
WhereAnywhere in Charleston County or Dorchester CountyCharleston, SC 29401
Volunteers are the key to providing 4-H programs for youth. Capable, interested adult volunteers are always needed to lead clubs and to assist with 4-H activities.
Orientation is provided, so no previous experience is necessary. 4-H volunteers are supported by Clemson Extension staff, including a county 4-H agent who is a faculty member of Clemson University.
Club leaders facilitate the scheduling of club meetings. You set t the date, time, and location.
Club leaders encourage children to try new things, develop knowledge of 4-H topics, and become active in the community
Club Leaders submit 4-H paperwork at the start and end of each Club year.
What is a 4-H club?
4-H clubs are the foundation of the 4-H program. A 4-H club is a group of five or more youngsters guided by one or more adult volunteer leaders. A club can be any size from a small group of kids from one neighborhood to a larger club consisting of youth from all over the county. Clubs meet for a minimum of 6 hours a project.
What happens in a 4-H club?
A 4-H club usually concentrates on one or more projects such as gardening, woodworking, small animals, food and nutrition, photography, STEM, etc. 4-H members build leadership by electing officers and conducting their own business meetings; work together on community service activities; meet new friends; and most important, have lots of fun.
- Public Speaking
- Environmental Education
Good Match For
Kids Teens People 55+ Group
Requirements & Commitment
- Driver's License Needed
- Background Check
- Must be at least 24
- Orientation or Training
- Min. of 6 hours a year
- Ability and desire to work with and inspire youth.