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4-H Cloverbud Coordinator
1 person is interested
Hennepin County 4-H is actively recruiting adult volunteer positions to join our program’s leadership team for the 2021-22 year. Inquire by completing the Hennepin County 4-H Volunteer Interest Form (z.umn.edu/Hennepin4HVolunteer) by September 30th for our new program year which starts October 1! One-time, short-term, and year-round positions available. Volunteer today. Inspire for a lifetime!
Working with our youngest 4-H members in kindergarten through grade 2 can be especially rewarding and fun for volunteers. Along with providing a great learning experience for young people, Cloverbud coordinators work with families and engage them in 4-H to make sure Cloverbuds get the most from the program. They also work with club leaders to integrate Cloverbud activities with older youth.
For more information, visit the Cloverbud leader description .
Locations: All or at some existing clubs
Project areas: STEM, Fine Arts & Crafts
Commitment : 2-4 hours/month, 3 month commitment minimum
About Hennepin County 4-H
479 Prairie Center Dr, Ste 200, Eden Prairie, MN 55344, US
Hennepin County 4-H supports high quality sustainable clubs and programs, which allow young people (grades Kindergarten through one year after high school) to measurably improve their learning and leadership through educational programs and applied research. We work with youth, families, volunteers, interns, and partners to provide intentional space for young people to discover their interests, develop focused skills, and then connect those skills and interests to future possibilities. Much of Hennepin County 4-H's work focuses on engaging youth in meaningful leadership opportunities. We seek to provide opportunities where youth can discover their personal leadership abilities, build critical thinking and decision-making skills, and contribute their leadership skills to making a positive impact in their community.
In 4-H, all youth are welcome
4-H is an out-of-school, hands-on learning program for people age 5-19. Youth choose a project that’s interesting to them and explore it with peers and caring adults. 4-H clubs are groups of youth who want to learn together and meet in every part of Minnesota.Ways to volunteer
- One-time volunteering, such as helping out at a 4-H event
- Leading the youngest 4-H'ers -- Cloverbuds in grades K-2
- Chaperoning a trip
- Teaching a topic you know a lot about - once or regularly
- Leading a 4-H club
Multiple locations Minneapolis, MN 55411
September 1, 2021
- General Education
- Youth Services
- Visual Arts
- Child Development
- Background Check
- Must be at least 19
- Orientation or Training
- 2-4 hours/month, 3 month commitment minimum
- Must complete 4-H Volunteer Screening: registration, background check, orientation