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How to join 4-H…

All you have to do to sign up for 4-H or become a volunteer, just get online (computer, tablet, phone – it doesn’t matter how) and go to the 4HOnline website. The process is very easy.

You will sign up for a new account under North Carolina 4-H. Once you submit it, our office will receive a submission notification email, and we will either approve it or send it back to you if something is missing. As the year goes forward, folks will be able to register for programs and activities through this system.

However, those programs that require payment (such as Teen Retreat, Congress, camp, and Summer Fun) will still require folks to come in and pay, because the online payment process needs to finish being approved by NC State University.



Volunteers are the keys to our success in the North Carolina 4-H program. Whether you are interested in becoming a club leader, or just have a few hours to invest, we have got challenging and fun jobs for adults and teens who want to make a difference. The New Hanover County Cooperative Extension 4-H Agent manages the process locally to help volunteers find the role that fits best their interests and schedules. Browse this section to learn more about volunteering in New Hanover County 4-H, or contact Scott Enroughty, New Hanover County 4-H agent to get started. You’re sure to love it!