SAINT AUGUSTINE – The St. Johns County 4-H Youth Development Program is seeking caring adult volunteers to work with 4-H youth ages 5-18 in St. Johns County.
As a 4-H club or project leader, 4-H volunteers have an opportunity to share their interests with youth. The 4-H project areas include animal and plant science, healthy living, citizenship, environmental education, technology, food preparation, photography and more. The reward of sharing your interest with a young person is priceless. Through a “learn by doing” experience, 4-H volunteers help youth learn leadership, communication, citizenship and a variety of life skills that enable them to become capable and caring citizens.
4-H Volunteers have the flexibility to determine the amount of time, location and subject area they prefer. Volunteers receive full assistance of the 4-H Office, including training, office support, and a variety of resource materials and project curriculum. An orientation for new Club and Project Volunteers will take place on Thursday, July 26th from 6:30pm to 8pm at the St. Johns County Extension Office located at 3125 Agricultural Center Drive, St. Augustine, FL 32092.
Help the youth of St. Johns County to be the best that they can be by becoming a 4-H Volunteer. Please call the 4-H Office at 904 209-0430 by July 23 if you would like to attend the 4-H volunteer orientation on Thursday, July 26. .