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Online Re Enrollment

Enrollment for the new 4-H year opened on Sept. 16. Minnesota 4-H families should go to 4HOnline to enroll or re-enroll both youth members and adult volunteers. The process is quick and easy; even families with multiple youth should be done in 10 minutes or less. Re-enrolling early ensures that critical communications will be received, especially as it relates to deadlines and project specific information.

Detailed information about online enrollment and re-enrollment is available online.  Youth, their parents, and adult volunteers, as part of enrolling or re-enrolling, will all be agreeing to the Minnesota 4-H code of conduct, which is available for review here in its entirety, along with other policy and
authorization statements, or by contacting your local Extension office

Youth may enroll as Cloverbuds (grades K- 2), club members (grades 3-13), or independent members (grades 6-13). Project interests are selected as part of the enrollment process but may continue to be updated until county fair exhibit registration is due.

If you are not yet an adult volunteer but are willing to share your time and talents to make a difference, 4-H needs you!


The first step to becoming an adult 4-H volunteer is to complete the volunteer application. Learn more at www.4-H.umn.edu/volunteer/application 
Minnesota 4-H Volunteers are not fully enrolled and approved for volunteering until all aspects of the application process are completed.

REMINDER: There is a $20 membership fee per member (including Cloverbuds) with a family cap of $60 for the 2017-2018 year. Each family will submit their payment to their club leader.

Contacts

Robin Hartmann
Administrative Assistant
(651) 385-3100
hartmann@umn.edu
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