4-H Registration

Students, Enrolling For The First Time?

Instructions Found Here.

Occasionally that link comes up with a 404 error.  If that happens, trying again often takes care of the problem. If that doesn’t bring you to the correct page, copy and paste this link https://nh.4honline.com/Login.aspx?403D406F52354A4263384F6C6C513D. This will take you to the 4-H log-in page. At the top of that page there is a link to the directions on enrolling in 4-H. 

It is critically important that when it asks you for your county at the very beginning of the form, when you are setting up your profile,  that you select Hillsborough County. It doesn’t matter if you live in Hillsborough County or not. Team Phoenix meets in Hillsborough County. That is what you are selecting for. 
 

If you live in Massachusetts, you still have to register with New Hampshire 4-H and you also have to select Hillsborough County when you are setting up your profile. There will be a place later for your address, etc. Living out of state does not matter.

If your parent(s) are not going to be mentoring, make sure that they don’t add themselves as a 4-H member.

If you are a student and you are 18 years old,  even though you are legally an adult, you are participating on Team Phoenix as a youth. Be sure to select youth when prompted.

When you get to the question about when your last tetanus shot was, if you cannot answer the question in 5 minutes or less, skip it. You can add the information later. 4-H will not deny your membership if this question is not answered.

 Our name on the 4-H site is
Team Phoenix 4-H Club.” Be sure to select it when prompted.

How To Re-Enroll In 4-H Online

Instructions for students AND mentors who are re-enrolling Found Here

Occasionally that link comes up with a 404 error.  If that happens, trying again often takes care of the problem. If that doesn’t bring you to the correct page, copy and paste this link https://nh.4honline.com/Login.aspx?403D406F52354A4263384F6C6C513D. This will take you to the 4-H log-in page. At the top of that page there is a link to the directions on            re-enrolling in 4-H. 

If you are in a leadership role (team lead/President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer,  subteam lead, assistant subteam lead) you are to select youth leader when prompted.

If you are a student and you are 18 years old,  even though you are legally an adult, you are participating on Team Phoenix as a youth. Be sure to select youth when prompted.

If your parent(s) are not going to be mentoring, make sure that they don’t add themselves as a 4-H member. If they accidentally added themselves last year, then make sure that they don’t reactivate their 4-H account.

When you get to the question about when your last tetanus shot was, if you cannot answer the question in 5 minutes or less, skip it. You can go back and add the information later. 4-H will not deny your membership if this question is not answered.

 Our name on the 4-H site is
Team Phoenix 4-H Club.” Be sure to select it when prompted.

Mentors, Enrolling For The First Time?

There are 6 steps. The first step has to be done first so that you have liability and medical coverage through 4-H. Before you can be allowed to be the only mentor in the room with students you have to also complete steps 2,3 and 4 and completing  step 5 is preferable.

Step 1 Instructions For New Enrollment Are Found Here.

Occasionally that link comes up with a 404 error.  If that happens, trying again often takes care of the problem. If that doesn’t bring you to the correct page, copy and paste this link https://nh.4honline.com/Login.aspx?403D406F52354A4263384F6C6C513D. This will take you to the 4-H log-in page. At the top of that page there is a link to the directions on enrolling in 4-H. 

 It is critically important that when it asks you for your county at the beginning of the form, when you are setting up your profile,  that you select Hillsborough County. It doesn’t matter if you live in Hillsborough County or not. Team Phoenix meets in Hillsborough County. That is what you are selecting for. 
 
If you live in Massachusetts, you still have to register with New Hampshire 4-H and you also have to select Hillsborough County when you are setting up your profile. There will be a place later for your address, etc. Living out of state does not matter.
When you get to the question about when your last tetanus shot was, if you cannot answer the question in 5 minutes or less, skip it. You can add the information later. 4-H will not deny your membership if this question is not answered.
Our name on the 4-H site is
Team Phoenix 4-H Club.” Be sure to select it when prompted.
(There is also a club titled “Greater Nashua FIRST Robotics Club Team Phoenix 4-H Club” This club is a red herring.  DON’T select it. 4-H is trying to remove it from their site.)
And click on “project” mentor when prompted.

Step 2 Is the Volunteer Screening Application.

The link can be found Here.
You will need 4 references for this including name, address, phone and email address for your references. Please gather these before accessing the page.

Step 3 is the Youth Background Check.

Please fill it out Here and snail mail it to the address at the bottom of the form.

Step 4 is calling the Hillsborough County 4-H office (641-6060) and scheduling a face to face meeting with Jolee Chase.

If we have enough new mentors, we can arrange for Jolee to come to us and and do a group face to face meeting, which is much easier for everyone. This year this meeting will take place at ASD on October 16th. Please make every effort to be at this meeting.

Step 5 is the “Protection of Minors” video that you have to watch.

It takes about 25 minutes and includes a 5 question quiz at the end. Here is the link to that.  You may have to give it a second to load. Don’t forget to save your certificate as a pdf to your computer.

Step 6 is the E-Learning Module.

It is titled “The E-Learning Module” and can be found here.
It takes about 1-1.5 hours to complete and will save your progress if you cannot complete it all in one sitting. We recommend that you save each certificate to your computer as a pdf. Sometimes the system doesn’t accurately record the certificates and your pdf is proof of completion.