If you are interested in joining the 4-H program as a member, please contact your regional NSDA office. There may be an existing club in your community or perhaps a new club could be started. In any case, the regional Agriculture Leadership Coordinator will be able to advise you.
There are many benefits of joining a 4-H program: self-confidence, leadership skills, life skills, interview and public speaking skills, and more. Members can also apply for scholarships, national 4-H awards and travel opportunities, as well as jobs. Click on the links below for more information and applications.
The following forms can be found in the General Leader's Kit.
Summer workers, assistants and camp staff are hired each year by the Department of Agriculture to work alongside government staff to implement the 4-H programs over the summer. Positions at Camp Rankin include: camp councelors, camp directors and cooks. These positions are advertised on Career Beacon during the winter months.
Start date is April of the current year.
If you are a university student, a former 4-H member and like working with people apply for a summer job as a 4-H Summer Assistant and or a county summer worker. In January, check for Summer Assistant jobs advertised on Career Beacon.