4-H Grows Here

Online volunteer training is now available!

4-H Volunteer Online Training

Thank you for serving as a 

Chautauqua County 4-H Volunteer! 

4-H Volunteers are required to complete a formal training every three years. 

In addition to in-person training offered at the 4-H Office, volunteers have the option of completing an online training. 

The online training consists of three parts: 4-H Policy Book Review, Sexual Harassment Training, and ACT for Youth PYD 101 Online Course. 

4-H Policy Book Review

Request a paper copy of the Policy Book or open a digital version via this link: 4-H Policy Book.

Using the policy book, complete the fillable PDF quiz and return to Darcy Cramer at dlc284@cornell.edu. Please SAVE the quiz linked below or click "Open in Acrobat" before completing the test. You can also print and mail the quiz to 4-H at 3542 Turner Road Jamestown, NY 14701. 

PDF fillable/printable policy quiz: 2019-2020 4-H Youth Development Policy Quiz.

Sexual Harassment Training

Visit http://blogs.cornell.edu/ccevolunteertraining/required-training/. Select "Watch Video." The video is just under ten minutes. Confirm that you completed the training using the link provided on the website. Please forward the confirmation email to dlc284@cornell.edu.

PYD 101 Online Course 

ACT for Youth has created multiple courses that focus on positive youth development. 

Please pick the course of your choice. Send course completion certificates to Darcy Cramer at dlc284@cornell.edu or mail to 4-H at 3642 Turner Road, Jamestown NY 14701. 

Course options can be found here: 


Register for courses here: https://www.pyd101.net/

Once the Policy Test, sexual harassment training confirmation email, and PYD 101 course completion certificate have been submitted you will be notified by our office that you have completed the necessary training. 

Thank you again for volunteering with Chautauqua County 4-H! 

Please direct all questions to Kate Ewer, 4-H Educator; 716-664-9502 ext. 212 or kde32@cornell.edu.  

Last updated November 25, 2019