Advise a 4-H member in their project work: help youth identify and set goals, create and implement a plan, and reflect on what they learned and would do differently next time.

Assist a youth club leader with organizing meetings, speakers, and other logistics. Assist and/or mentor a 4-H volunteer who is serving as a project leader.

Sit on a local advisory or county governing board to help determine program priorities.

Share your technical skills and knowledge to develop subject matter for curriculum/project sheets. Utilize your professional skills to assist with with creating marketing tools, graphic art, word documents, webpages, videos, online training modules, etc. Intern at your local Extension office with the 4-H program, a great resume builder.

Assist / lead support groups and activities for those in recovery from mental health and addiction.

Represent our organization to the community via the numerous outreach events.

Present topics of your choosing and interest at a talk or on a walk through the wetlands. Topics may include wetlands, native plants, photography, birding, fitness, etc. Volunteer training booklet is provided.

Empower girls to lead activities, learn by doing and cooperate with others for a short-term Girl Scout Leadership Experience. Curriculum support and training provided. Series occur anytime throughout the year and meeting schedule is flexible. Assistants help facilitate activities and manage troop business (registration, attendance, money, etc.).

Meet with the girls on an agreed upon regular basis and guide them through the Girl Scout Leadership Experience.

Serve as overnight caregiver in their home or in the supported family’s home from as little as one night up to two weeks, in accordance with the approval policy of Isaiah’s Place. Must meet additional training and documentation requirements for Care Community Respite Provider.

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