Colusa County
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Colusa County

New and Returning Youth Enrollment

Enroll in Colusa County 4-H Today!

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4-H is the largest youth development program in the nation.

 

The Colusa County 4-H Youth Development program is designed to provide a wide variety of enrichment activities with the ultimate goal of giving youth the skills they need to thrive and succeed throughout their lives.

The focus of all California 4-H programs is positive youth development through activities in STEM, healthy living, civic engagement, and leadership. All 4-H programs are accessible and open to all youth. 

 

109,363 youth enrolled in 4-H in California in 2017.

Primary Members - 4-H Ages* 5 to 8

Youth Members - 4-H Ages* 9 to 18

* Your "4-H Age" is your age by December 31 of the program year you are enrolled in.

4-H is open for members to join at anytime throughout the year. Most projects start in September and end in May. It is best to join at the beginning of the program year to receive the most amount of project instruction.  

 Members wanting to show livestock at the 2019 Colusa County Fair must have their enrollment complete and approved by November 1st, 2018

 

New Members

Step 1: Find a Club

Colusa County has 6 charted 4-H Clubs throughout the county which include, Arbuckle, Colusa Community, Colusa Swine, Maxwell, Princeton, and Stonyford. You will need to select at least (1) club in order to enroll. 

Step 2: Contact the Community Club Leader

Each club has a designated Community Club Leader that organizes and runs the club. Contact the Community Club Leader for the club you are interested in joining, they will be able to give you more details about their meetings and project offerings.

Step 3: Find a Project

Each club offers various projects, there is no limit as to how many projects you can enroll in, however you must select at least (1) project to complete your online enrollment. Keep in mind each project requires different commitments, you will be able to select which projects interest you when enrolling.

Step 4: Register through 4-H Online

Click this link to access 4hOnline. Complete the process to create a profile. Members are grouped by Family, so you can add all youth family members who want to join 4-H. If you are under 18, please have a parent or guardian enter the information. In order for your online enrollment to be complete and be approved you must:

a.  Review and acknowledge all forms on the Additional Information tab                           (including Waiver of Liability).

b.  Complete the Medical Release and Health History form.    

New Member - How to Enroll in 4hOnline

*For Spanish: The 4hOnline system is only in English. Please fill in the paper enrollment packet in Spanish and turn it in to your club leader or county staff for them to enter it into 4hOnline for you. Please keep a copy of the paper forms for your records. You will also have to check back with your county 4-H Program Representative for your membership status.

Step 5: Submit Program Fees

Submit your enrollment fees to your club leader at your next club meeting. (Checks and money orders made payable to your club).  Enrollment fees are $65.00 for the 2018-2019 Program Year.  Colusa Community, Colusa Swine, and Maxwell clubs charge an additional $5.00.

Step 6: Become an approved member

The county 4-H program office staff will review the completed enrollment online. Once the office receives your fees from your Club Leader, you will receive an email sent to your Family email account (as listed in 4hOnline profile) to confirm your enrollment status as Active. If you filled out a paper enrollment form, you will need to check with your county 4-H Program Representative for your membership status.

Once your membership is active, you can start participating in 4-H events and activities! 

 

If you have any questions about enrolling online, please contact Jenny at the 4-H Office at 458-0570 or by email at jpperry@ucanr.edu.

 

Make new friends. Try something new. Discover new interests.

 

Returning Members

All current 4-H members must re-enroll by December 31st each year.

If you are a current 4-H member under 18, your parent or guardian can renew your membership in 4hOnline. See the Instructions for renewing membership in 4hOnline.

Members wanting to show livestock at the 2019 Colusa County Fair must have their enrollment complete and approved by November 1st, 2018

Step 1: Re-enroll through 4-H Online

Click this link to access 4hOnline. Complete the process to update your profile. Members are grouped by Family, so you can update all youth family members who wish to re-enroll in 4-H for the 2018-2019 program year. If you are under 18, please have a parent or guardian enter the information. In order for your online enrollment to be complete and be approved you must:

a.  Review and acknowledge all forms on the Additional Information tab                           (including Waiver of Liability).

b.  Complete the Medical Release and Health History form.    

Instructions for renewing membership in 4hOnline

*For Spanish: The 4hOnline system is only in English. Please fill in the paper enrollment packet in Spanish and turn it in to your club leader or county staff for them to enter it into 4hOnline for you. Please keep a copy of the paper forms for your records. You will also have to check back with your county 4-H Program Representative for your membership status.

Step 2: Submit Program Fees

Submit your enrollment fees to your club leader at your next club meeting. (Checks and money orders made payable to your club).  Enrollment fees are $65.00 for the 2018-2019 Program Year.  Colusa Community, Colusa Swine, and Maxwell clubs charge an additional $5.00.

Step 3: Become an approved member

The county 4-H program office staff will review the completed enrollment online. Once the office receives your fees from your Club Leader, you will receive an email sent to your Family email account (as listed in 4hOnline profile) to confirm your enrollment status as Active. If you filled out a paper enrollment form, you will need to check with your county 4-H Program Representative for your membership status.

Once your membership is active, you can start participating in 4-H events and activities! 

 

If you have any questions about re-enrolling online, please contact Jenny at the 4-H Office at 458-0570 or by email at jpperry@ucanr.edu.

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