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Joining a Club or Becoming an At-Large Member

Youth ages 5-18 and adult volunteers can enroll in 4-H through 4HOnline. N.C. 4-H has provided some helpful tips to make the registration process much easier for you and your family.

  • Create a family profile, then add youth members. Members with no club affiliation should select “Exploring 4-H (Members-at-Large)” in the club selection.
  • In the project section, select all topics of interest. You will do the same for the group section.
  • If you are interested in a club, contact the local 4-H office or get in contact with the club leader directly from the information provided on the website. They will get in contact with you at their earliest convenience with meeting times, locations, and availability.
  • If you can’t find a club of interest, with the help of a caring, trained volunteer and five young people between the ages of 5-18 years old. You can create a new 4-H club. The process is quite simple and the 4-H office is there to assist you along the way!!

4HOnline Tips & Resources