Pontotoc County OSU Extension

Volunteers



Volunteers are essential to the 4-H program.  Volunteers have been and will continue to be a valuable part of the Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service and Oklahoma 4-H youth development programs.  These individuals dedicate many hours for the benefit of Pontotoc County youth. 

Becoming A Pontotoc County 4-H Certified Volunteer Starts Here!
Http://ok.4honline.com

Quarterly Volunteer Leadership Team Meetings
Organizational leaders attend this quarterly meeting at 12 noon or 5p at the OSU Extension Office,  but it is open to all 4-H volunteers who have an interest in learning more about the role of 4-H volunteers.

Adult And Teen Volunteer Training
Certified 4-H adult and teen volunteers are required to attend 4 volunteer trainings per year to maintain certification. One of those is the annual Working With Minors and Title 7 & 9 training that is available online or face-to-face training usually conducted the first Monday in November.

Quarterly Volunteer Leadership Team Meeting &
County Volunteer Training
November 5, 2018 (Required Working With Minors & Title 7 & 9)
February 4, 2019
April 1, 2019
August 5, 2019

District, State & National Volunteer Training
District Volunteer Training


State Volunteer Training
June 2019 - Stillwater


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