4-H volunteers, also known as 4-H Leaders, make up the backbone of the 4-H Youth Development program, and without them 4-H would not exist. The Taylor County 4-H only has one paid position, the 4-H Youth Development Educator or 4-H Agent. This individual depends greatly on volunteers to help form clubs, chaperone and hold activities and events, help youth with projects, and keep the 4-H Youth Development program going. Any time and effort from our volunteers is greatly appreciated.
Leaders are very important to 4-H, they help with questions, share their skills, and help us remember what 4-H is all about. Without our leaders we would not be able to have a successful 4-H Youth Development program. There are different types of leaders and ways to be involved in the 4-H Youth Development program.
CLUB LEADER INFORMATION
The Federation of Taylor County 4-H is the governing board for the Taylor County 4-H Program. It is an organization of leaders, both youth and adult, who promote and support 4-H in our county. All approved 4-H Club Leaders are members of this group.