How To Re-Enroll In 4-H Online
Instructions for 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.
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.
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. There is a 7th step, but not everyone has to complete it.
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.
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.
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 do a group face to face meeting, which is much easier for everyone. Once we have the names and email addresses of the new mentors, we will be in touch with you about setting up a meeting. We try to set this meeting up for a Monday in October at one of the regular team meetings.
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. Click here for the video. Don’t forget to save your certificate as a pdf to your computer.
Step 6 is the E-Learning Module.
Step 7 (Might be optional for you)
UNH recently updated their transportation policy requirements and notified 4-H that volunteers who will be driving non-related youth must complete (1) a Department of Motor Vehicle driver record check and (2) the UNH Online Defensive Driving Course successfully.
If you are a 4-H volunteer driving your own child, niece or nephew or a family friend you might not need this training or records check, but if you are a 4-H volunteer driving youth (unrelated) who are members of your club then you need to complete both.
I suggest you do both the training and record check so there are no questions if anything should happen. The links to both are below.
To complete the UNH Online Defensive Driving Course please use the following instructions:
(1) Open a web browser and go to https://www.unh.edu/transportation/defensive-driving.
(2) Fill out the form with your Full Name, Phone Number, and Email Address. Use the following information for the Department and Encumbrance #: a. Department = UNH Cooperative Extension and b. Encumbrance # = E18UXV38
(3) Complete the form with the above information and then click “Submit”
(4) After you complete the course, print your “Certificate of Completion” and send it to Janell George at the 4-H Office (email@example.com). The extension needs your certificate on file in order to give you credit for taking the course.
For the Driver Records Check:
Quote from the UNH Transportation policy: “If staff or volunteer will be involved with transporting program participants as part of their official role with UNHCE, then a driver records check must be run. This is not an online process in the State of NH, so the form must be completed and notarized and sent to UNH HR.”
If you have any questions please contact Hillsborough County 4-H at 603-641-6060 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.