4-H Enrollment INSTRUCTIONS AND HELP
MEMBERS AND VOLUNTEER ENROLLMENT
4HONLINE 2.0 is the official Ohio 4-H Enrollment system.
Enrollment Deadline: April 1, 2022
You must be enrolled in a 4-H Club and select your 4-H projects by the deadline date to be eligible for exhibition at the Portage County Junior Fair.
How to Create and Use a Family Profile in 4-H Online 2.0
VIDEOS AVAILABLE FOR YOU TO WATCH:
New Members: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sTy20dkHpA0&t=1s
Returning Members: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q6tEKXvnFRY
The first step to becoming a 4-H Member, volunteer or event participant is creating a profile in the 4-H online data management system. Ohio 4-H uses the 4-H online 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)
•Youth ages 5-7 can enroll in the 4-H Cloverbud program
•Youth ages 8-18 can enroll in the 4-H program
•Youth who want to attend a 4-H event, activity, or camp but do not want to join 4-H can create a PARTICPANT profile.
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
Not every Family profile will contain all the above listed types of members. Some profiles may contain only youth members, while others will have only adults. Some profiles will have both. Once a family profile is created, it will exist for as long as members of that profile are involved in the 4-H program. New members may be added to the family profile at any time and members who are no longer involved in 4-H may be archived.
If someone in your family was involved in Ohio 4-H from 2015-Sept 2020, you likely already have a family profile in 4-H online. Use your existing login and password to access your family profile in the NEW 4-H online platform. If you need assistance accessing your existing family profile, review the steps in this guide. If necessary, contact the OSU Extension- Portage County office at 330-296-6432 for assistance.
To Access your EXISTING family profile OR to create a NEW family profile, click on this link: https://v2.4honline.com/
CLUB LOGIN HELP FOR ADVISORS
4-H Club Organizational Lead Advisors may have a login to view club members. The leaders will receive their log in information to view their 4-H Club members.