Volunteers are a key component “to making the best better.” Volunteers help make the best 4-H experiences possible!
There are many opportunities to volunteer. Explore this website and contact a County Extension Office to find out how to get involved.
4-H Volunteer Opportunities
There are many opportunities for 4-H volunteers to serve, learn, and socialize. Here are a few:
“Volunteer Jam” at the 2023 Tennessee 4-H Alumni and Friends Reunion
This event featured educational workshops and displays on March 3-4, 2023 in Lebanon. Check back for more information about future events.
4-H VOLS State Committee
The 4-H VOLS State Committee is a group of 4-H volunteers selected to (1) promote the importance of 4-H volunteerism as an integral part of the Tennessee 4-H Program; (2) to spread the word to volunteers about 4-H volunteer educational opportunities; and (3) to assist with logistics, implementation, and evaluation of State 4-H Congress, State 4-H Roundup, and other state-level events. The current members are:
|Bridget Hart – Crockett County||Dave Nicks – Madison County||Karen Smith – Jefferson County|
|Greg Hensley – Loudon County||Junelle Sellers – Knox County||Dee Wolters – Maury County|
|LaDonna Jones – Robertson County|
Tennessee 4-H Youth Development recognizes that volunteers are essential to delivering the mission of our program. The Tennessee 4-H Volunteer Awards and Recognition program provides various opportunities to recognize the many outstanding volunteers that serve in our organization. Learn more about recognition opportunities in Tennessee 4-H below.