NC 4-H Virtual Volunteer Training

— Written By Rich Chuvala
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Check out this great opportunity to connect with other 4-H volunteers from across North Carolina to learn some new 4-H tips and tricks to use with your 4-H club. The fall half-day training is happening on Saturday, October 23, 2021. The training will be delivered over Zoom and is open to the first 200 volunteers who register! While that may seem like there is plenty of room, please remember we have 100 counties and the N.C. Cooperative Extension, ECBI Center so that really only leaves room for around 2 volunteers from each county to participate. Registration should be completed by logging in to your 4-H Online account and must be completed by October 18.

For more information including the agenda and how to register, visit: NC 4-H Virtual Fall Training Information

These sessions will not be recorded, so be sure to sign up and attend! Remember all volunteers need to attend two or more workshops each year as part of your annual chartering process so don’t let this opportunity pass you up!

Read more at:Training agenda flyer

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Rich Chuvala, N.C. Cooperative ExtensionRich ChuvalaExtension Agent, 4-H Youth Development Call Rich Email Rich N.C. Cooperative Extension, Gaston County Center
Posted on Oct 6, 2021
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