Please use this guide to help you in choosing your projects for the upcoming year. You will use these codes and project names when enrolling in 4-H online.
4-H ENROLLMENT INSTRUCTIONS AND HELP
Ohio 4-H uses the 4-H Online 2.0 system to manage all aspects of the 4-H program, including membership, events, projects, activities and communications. All youth and adults who participate in Ohio 4-H, including 4-H Camps, must have a 4-H Online profile.
Creating your 4-H Online profile is easy and only takes a few minutes. 4-H online profiles are family-based, which means every family creates a “master” profile for each family member involved in Ohio 4-H. A family profile may contain both youth and adults. When you create your family profile, you should add the following “members”:
Youth family members (ages 5-18 as of January 1)
Adult family members (ages 18 and older)
•Adults who have been screened and certified as Ohio 4-H Volunteers can re-enroll
•Adults who want to become certified Ohio 4-H Volunteers can complete a volunteer application as part of their first time enrollment.
•Adults who are not/do not want to be certified Ohio 4-H Volunteers can create a PARTICIPANT profile without enrolling in 4-H
4-H MEMBERS AND VOLUNTEER ENROLLMENT
4HONLINE 2.0 is the official Ohio 4-H Enrollment system.
Enrollment Deadline: April 1
You must be enrolled in a 4-H Club and select your 4-H projects by the deadline date AND complete your Jr. Fair Online Entry to be eligible for exhibition at the Fulton County Junior Fair.
Watch this video for new members.
Watch this video for returning members.
For assistance, contact the OSU Extension-Fulton County office at 419-337-9210.
To Access your EXISTING family profile OR to create a NEW family profile, click on this link: http://v2.4honline.com