About Ohio 4-H - Click for a youTube video about Ohio 4-H Clubs
How to Enroll - Click the link to access the enrollment database. 4-H Online 2.0
RETURNING Families will use the email address that is on file with the Extension office and the password previously created for 4-H Online. If you don’t remember your password, you can choose “reset password” on the home page of 4-H Online. If you are not sure which email address you use, please contact the office or your club advisor. If you have been in 4-H before, please do NOT create a new profile.
Returning Member Enrollment Help Video
Step-by-Step Instruction Guide for Returning Members
Step-by-Step Instruction Guide for Returning Volunteers
NEW families, those who have not previously been involved with 4-H, will need to create a new profile following the instructions below.
New Member Enrollment Help Video
Step-by-Step Instruction Guide for New Members
New Volunteer Application and information
Accommodations can be made for youth with disabilities through our Winning 4-H Plan. To make an accomodation request, complete the Winnng 4-H Plan Request Form (link below).
Winning 4-H Plan Request Form - two options:
Print and Write - print this form, handwrite your responses, then send
PDF Fillable - open this form, type your responses, then print and send
Clermont offers many 4-H programs including:
Cloverbud Program For ages 5 to 8 / K to 2nd grade. Cloverbuds are our youngest 4-H members. Clubs have special activities for Cloverbuds led by Cloverbud volunteers.
Shooting Sports Program The county has a club focused on shooting sports: archery, muzzle loading, hunting & wildlife, pistol, rifle, shotgun and living history.
4-H CARTEENS The "CAR" in CARTEENS stands for "Caution and Responsibility." "TEENS" refers to teenagers who help prepare and present the program. in CARTEENS programs, 4-H teen leaders teach traffic safety education to first-time teen traffic offenders in cooperation with the State Highway Patrol.
Dog Activity Program 4-H offers many different dog projects. Youth can participate in clinics and show events where they can learn from qualified instructors about obedience, showmanship and general dog care.