4-H Is For You! Licking County 4-H Clubs Brochure (updated 1/23/20) - In this brochure you will find a listing of 4-H clubs in Licking County--where they are, what projects they offer and how to get in touch with them. Members must enroll online by April 1 of each year.

 

When joining a club, consider these issues:
  • Think about your project interest. Some clubs will work with all projects; some have limits on the type of project they will accept in their club. If you have a specific interest, you will want to look for a club that works with your project interest. If you do not have a project interest at this point, you will want to look for a club that works with all projects.

  • Schedule. Find a club whose meeting schedule is possible for you. Some clubs have a set meeting night and some clubs vary their meeting night to accommodate various family schedules. You will need to contact the Organizational Club Advisor (listed in club brochure) and find out the club's meeting dates and times.

  • Once you have decided on a club(s) that might be a possibility for you, call and ask the organizational club advisor if you can visit at their next club meeting. It is okay to visit more than one club before deciding which is the best club for you.

Forty Questions You Always Wanted Answered about Ohio 4-H

2020 4-H Family Guide - Find information on the over 200 projects 4-H has to offer.

Still need help in trying to decide what project to take:  Project Central is an easy way for 4-H members and project helpers to preview Ohio 4-H project books and resources. Take a closer look at a book, find out what others have to say, and share your experiences.  Go to: http://projectcentral.ohio4h.org/

4-H Family Handbook - Parents/guardians of 4-H members play a major role in their 4-H experience and program success. Click on the link to find out how you can help your child grow by sharing your interest and support.

A Parent's Guide to Licking County 4-H - This helpful booklet gives you an overview of club meetings & expectations, projects, project judging, costs, and the fair. Updated with 2019 dates!


4-H Online Member Enrollment (Enrollment will close on 4/1/20):

Once you have joined a club, starting on October 1, 2019 you will be able to begin the enrollment process for 2020 4-H membership.

The following help sheets will guide you through the enrollment process:

4-H Online Enrollment Help Sheets for Advisors, Returning 4-H Members, New 4-H Members (Families that have never been involved in 4-H before 2020 - Begins on Page 8) - Click here for a step-by-step guide to help you through the enrollment process.

Please remember that if you are taking a Horse or Dog Project you will need to turn in the Permissions sheets (linked below) to your club advisor prior to April 1st.

Member Enrollment Organizational Worksheet - This worksheet can help you organize your projects and enrollment before going into the system and enrolling your youth. This worksheet is NOT an enrollment sheet. You should still enroll your youth through 4HOnline.

4-H Online Website  -  https://www.4honline.com

In 2019-2020 we will be allowing ALL 4-H families to enroll themselves in the Licking County 4-H program. If you were a member in 2014-2019, you will be able to enroll your family with the profile the office has already set up for your family.

Returning Families- Please DO NOT MAKE A NEW PROFILE.  Follow these instructions:

  • Select 'I have a profile'

  • Enter your family email address you have used previously - if you don't remember what email you used, or have changed emails, please call the office!

  • Select 'Family' for role

  • Click 'Login'

  • Review your family basic demographic information at the left side of the page (make changes by using the edit button, if necessary)

  • Click on the Edit button to the right of each person's name

  • Scroll down to the bottom of the page and click on the Enroll for 2018-2019 year

  • You can now update individual member information here - add cell phone, member email, parent/guardian updates.

  • Select the continue button to go to the next page.  You will need to use the check boxes for Responsibility and Release, 4-H Code of Conduct, General Permission and Photo Release as well as typing the member and parent/guardian name into the system

  • Select the continue button again to complete the health form, and then the club page.  Your current clubs and projects will be listed.  You will not need to select them again!  This is where you will add new clubs or projects. Use the continue button to get to your projects to check that you are enrolled in for this year (it will be the same as last year). Make changes by using the 'Edit' button to delete old projects.  To select a project, make sure you have the correct club listed in the first drop down box, select the project using the 2nd drop down box and make sure you use the 'Add Project' button to add the project.  Once your clubs and projects are entered, review your entry for completeness. Make changes as necessary.

  • Once done, select the 'Submit Enrollment' button.

New families - see 4-H Online Help Sheets linked above.

  • County - select Licking

  • Email: Family email goes here

  • Confirm your email

  • Last Name: Enter Parent's last name

  • Password: Must be a minimun of 8 characters, with at least 1 number and 1 capital or non-alpha sign

  • Confirm your password

  • Role: Family

  • click "Create Login" and this will get your family login set up.

The following video below should also help you if you have questions.  Updated 1/25/18 - This video explains how to re-enroll your current Licking County 4-H family through Ohio 4H Online.

 

Here is the tutorial for 'Member Reports for Families'.

Across County Lines Membership Request Form & Policy - This form is required of all youth joining a Licking County 4-H Club who do not currently live within the county. It needs to be submitted only for the first year of across county lines membership. This form can be submitted directly to the Extension office or with the member enrollment form. Either way, it is due by April 1.

Horse Permission to Participate & Code of Conduct - All members taking horse projects, including Horseless Horse, and their parent/guardians are required to sign and return both of these forms. Cloverbuds in horse clubs are not required to submit these forms. Must be submitted with to your Club Advisor prior to April 1st or brought to the Extension Office by April 1st. 

Dog Permission to Participate - All members taking dog projects and their parent/guardians are required to sign and return both of these forms. Cloverbuds in dog clubs are not required to submit these forms. Must be submitted with to your Club Advisor prior to April 1st or brought to the Extension Office by April 1st.

Member Enrollment Form - This form is required of members joining a Licking County 4-H Club that did not enroll by the April 1st deadline.  The member will need to fill out an enrollment form and return to our office no later than April 15th (if April 15th falls on a weekend it will need to be submitted to the Extension Office the Friday prior to the 15th).  Forms are available at the OSU Extension Office.


Club Advisor Application Packet

4-H Club Advisor Application Packets are due by February 1, 2020.  (If you are planning to start a new club we would appreciate it if you could return your advisor packet to our office no later than December 15, 2019.)