4-H Youth Development volunteers are valued partners in working with youth! Volunteers help make 4-H possible. Wisconsin’s youth need your help “to make the best better.”

4-H volunteers are youth and adults working together to make a difference in the lives of young people. Volunteers work with UW-Extension Youth Development professionals to develop the life skills of youth members, thus benefiting the state, employers, and the economy. Volunteers not only have the satisfaction of contributing to the future of young people, they also learn new skills that may advance their careers.

Wisconsin 4-H has over 16,700 adult volunteers and 5,200 youth volunteers.   Volunteers are a major reason for 4-H’s ability to reach well over 32,300 youth throughout the state.

To volunteer, contact the 4-H Youth Development staff member in your County UW-Extension Office.