4H Online_Re-enrollment Directions
Enrolling in 4-H is quick, simple and online
When you complete the registration process- click “Submit Enrollment” to send to your local county for activation.
Call or stop by the 4-H office if you have any questions.
What is 4-H Online?
4HOnline is . . .
- the official web-based system used to enroll youth members and adult volunteers in the North Carolina 4-H Youth Development Program.
- designed so that each family has an online family profile and every youth and volunteer has an individual profile under their family profile.
- the online North Carolina 4-H enrollment and event registration program.
- a partnership between the 4-H family and the Cooperative Extension Service to manage the 4-H enrollment process and distribute important information to you. By allowing you access you can update your club and project information as well as personal information (email, home address, and phone). This will ensure that you are properly enrolled in the county program and receive important news and updates such as newsletters, deadline information, and leadership opportunities.
What Do I Need to Enroll: To enroll through the 4HOnline system, you need a computer or tablet, Internet access, a valid email address, and a web browser. Suggested web browsers: Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, and Safari. *Internet Explorer is not compatible with the 4HOnline website.
North Carolina 4-H officially moved to 4HOnline on April 1, 2018. And, while we realize that many of our 4-H members and volunteers have completed past year’s enrollment (via paper forms) we ask that you take a few minutes now and create a family profile within the 4HOnline system. Any questions, reach out to Sara Villwock at 252-543-2711.
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