Summit County 4-H Enrollment

Enrollment for the 2020-21 is now open. All returning 4-H members and leaders must re-enroll each year. The $45 4-H enrollment fee helps pay for club supplies, insurance, state 4-H fees, leader recognition and awards.

4-H Online Enrollment

Please enroll your child as a "Member", not as a "Participant"
 All youth members and volunteer leaders must enroll online via 4-H Online*. 
4-H Online Enrollment for Members
4-H Online Enrollment for Volunteers
4-H Online Enrollment Help for Members and Volunteers

1. Enroll in 4-H Online

Enrolling Children Ages 5-7
Children ages 5-7 are considered as "Cloverbuds" in the 4-H system and must select "Cloverbud" as their project in 4-H Online. After enrolling, email the Summit County 4-H office with the child's specific project.
Enrolling Children Ages 8+
For children ages 8 and older, choose the project name that most closely describes the program in which your child will be participating. If you do not see your child’s project listed, select “Self-Determined.”

*When enrolling, do not complete the “Health Form,” as this is for overnight programs only. 

2. RSVP to the Summit County 4-H Office.
Once you have enrolled your child in 4-H Online, contact the Summit County 4-H office.

3. Send payment for the annual 4-H Enrollment fee.

Mail a check or money order for $45, made out to "Summit County 4-H", or bring payment to the first class your child will be attending. Mail checks to:

Summit County 4-H
P.O. Box 5660
Frisco, CO 80443

Financial Aid

Financial aid scholarships are available for those in need. To inquire about financial aid, call the Summit County 4-H office at (970) 668-4142.

Assistance with Enrollment

If you’re having trouble enrolling online, contact the Summit County CSU Extension Office. 

Colorado State University, the U.S. Department of Agriculture and Summit County cooperating. Extension programs are available to all without discrimination.

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