New Adult Volunteer
Thank you for volunteering and being a key part of the Glenn County 4-H Youth Development Program. By volunteering, you are helping to grow the skills of 4-H youth to be our future leaders.
All new 4-H volunteers must go through a screening process. Our #1 priority in 4-H is the safety of young people. We do all we can yo protect young people and keep them safe while they are in our care. An important part of providing a safe environment is to conduct background checks on our volunteers and staff. Everyone that will be spending an extended time with our 4-H youth is screened. When you become a 4-H volunteer, you are part of the plan to keep our young people safe.
Thank you for showing interest in becoming a 4-H Adult Volunteer Leader. As you are aware, each 4-H Adult Volunteer Leader must go through a screening process. Our #1 priority in 4-H is the safety of young people.
You must have your Live Scan background check and fingerprints taken with the California Department of Justice and clearance received and approved by the 4-H Youth Development Program Regional Coordinator before you can begin the 4-H year.
For the form and more details regarding the fingerprinting process, please find the Volunteer Leader Livescan Request and locations Letter and Form listed below. You will need to take with you to your appointment.
Ways You Can Volunteer
Volunteering in 4-H is flexible and rewarding. Share your expertise and experience with the youth and other volunteers to make things happen!
Become a Project Leader.