Enrollment: 4-H Online 2.0
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Hello future or current 4-H members or volunteers! Below are the instructions on how to enroll/re-enroll in 4-H Online.
The first step to becoming an active 4-H member, volunteer, or participant during this year’s 4-H program is to enroll/re-enroll. If you are a 4-H member under 18, your parent or guardian can renew your membership.
North Carolina 4-H uses an online system, called 4-H Online 2.0, to manage 4-H memberships, clubs, projects, activities, and communications. All members who participate in North Carolina 4-H must have a 4-H Online 2.0 profile
4-H Online 2.0 accounts are family-based, which means every family creates a “master” profile with its own login ID and password. A member file is then created within the family profile for each individual involved in North Carolina 4-H.
Previous 4-H Members or Volunteers:
If you were previously enrolled and/or if someone in your family was involved in North Carolina 4-H from 2018 to 2020, you may have an existing family profile in 4-H Online 2.0. Previous members should use their existing login and password to access their family profile in the new 4-H Online 2.0 platform. *Members who are re-enrolling should NOT create a new account.
New 4-H Members or Volunteers:
If you are a new 4-H youth or adult volunteer enrolling for the first time, you should click the “Don’t have an account?” link and begin the registration process.
During both the enrollment and re-enrollment process, members will be asked a series of important questions. These questions will establish the type of member profile the system will generate. The types of 4-H member profiles are listed below:
Types of Members:
Youth Members: are automatically entered as either a Clover bud or a Member based on their date of birth.
- Clover buds are youth ages 5 – 7 years of age (as of January 1, 2021).
- Members are youth ages 8 – 18 years of age (as of January 1, 2021, and not have passed their 18th birthday on January 1 of the year they are participating).
- Volunteers are screened and certified as 4-H volunteers. *Note: Any adult or guardian that desires to work directly with members in any capacity, such as helping with club activities, should enroll as a Volunteer.
- Level 1 Volunteers: Can work directly with youth in several capacities such as a club leader and program volunteer.
- Level 2 Volunteers: Work in roles that are not linked directly with youth and have limited direct interactions with youth. These areas include acting as a presentation judge or a 4-H Advisory Board member.
- Background check completed once every three years (Lvl 1)
- Complete the Minors Regulation Safety Training annually (Lvl 1 & 2)
- Provide 3 references (Lvl 1 & Lvl 2)
North Carolina 4-H has created several enrollment resources to assist in the process, those are linked below
- New 4-H Volunteer Enrollment
- 4-H Volunteer Re-enrollment
- Family Enrollment Guide
- Youth Re-enrollment Guide
- Member Password Support
- 4-H Club Leader Guide to Using 4-H Online 2.0
Begin your re-enrollment / enrollment process now – 4-H Online 2.0.
If you have any questions, concerns and/or need additional support with 4-H Online 2.0 please feel free to contact Elizabeth Stratton at email@example.com