Virginia Cooperative Extension relies on volunteers to accomplish its mission. We believe that active citizen involvement in our programs makes a difference in our success. The work of volunteers at the local level helps us leverage our paid faculty and staff resources into a much greater impact for the people of Virginia.

There are many ways you can get involved with us. If you are interested in volunteering, please contact us and we will be happy to discuss available opportunities.

Become a 4-H Volunteer

Volunteers are essential to help youth make the most of these learning opportunities. 

As a volunteer, you can:  lead youth within school-based, after-school and camp settings and in the community; serve as a chaperone, board member, judge or camp counselor; develop and support community service opportunities for youth to make a difference in their communities; teach youth using research-based university curricula; work with other adults to create fun, new programs for youth.

If interested in becoming a 4-H volunteer, please contact our office at 757-727-1401.

 

4-H Teen Club

The Hampton Teen Club is built around citizenship, scholarship, and a strong commitment to community service throughout the city of Hampton. Our club is comprised of a diverse group young adults ages 13-18, who proactively tackle the growing needs of all citizens throughout the city. Members of the teen club are held at a high standard, and their dedication and service shines through their work. The Hampton Teen Club is growing quickly and new members are always welcomed.

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