4-H provides opportunities for both youth and adults4-H is open to youth members in grades 5-year old kindergarten through one year beyond high school graduation and not to extend beyond the age of 19 as of December 31st of the enrollment year regardless of where you live. 4-H also has openings for volunteer leaders who wish to help youth grow in 4-H. If you have questions or for further 4-H information, you can contact us in the Extension Lincoln County Office at (715) 539-1072.
The 2020-21 4-H Year enrollment process began on October 19, 2020.
All enrollment is done online!
4-H Online 2.0 is the online enrollment and registration system for Wisconsin 4-H. This is where you enter family and individual information that is used by your county and the state 4-H offices to manage and record your participation in the 4-H Youth Development program.
This is a completely updated and new system and will look totally different from what we had in the past, but we’ve got you covered! The state has created a 4-H Online 2.0 Family Enrollment Guide that will walk you through the process. You can find the guide here! It may be new, but it’s not complicated! Be sure to read the brief descriptions on each screen while re-enrolling, these are very helpful to explain that step in the enrollment process.
- Your family login and password will be the same as you used last year. If your password does not work, you can click on the Reset Password link on the login page and you will be emailed a new one.
- Your family address and phone number, etc. carried forward to the new system, however, you will have to select the club you are joining and all projects again this year. The projects that you were enrolled in last year did not carry forward
- What happened to the project levels?! When choosing projects, you will notice that there are no “levels” in the projects. The new 4hOnline 2.0 doesn’t allow for members to register for individual project levels. Just register for the main project (i.e. if you were in Beef 2, just register for Beef). When choosing project resources, order the level of literature that matches your needs.
- The Lincoln County Project Guide lists all the projects Lincoln County offers along with all available resources for that project. Keep the project guide handy when planning your 4-H year! If you would like a printed copy of the project guide, stop by the office or let Becky know (715-539-1074 or email@example.com)!
- What about the November 1 re-enrollment deadline? THE RE-ENROLLMENT DEADLINE HAS BEEN EXTENDED TO DECEMBER 31, 2020! However, please enroll as soon as possible, so you can keep up-to-date on all the things that we are doing here in Lincoln County 4-H!
We recommend visiting the club you are interested in joining, watching how the club works, and meeting the leaders and members of that club. Club leaders are always happy to answer any questions you may have. A list of current Lincoln County 4-H Clubs is available on the 4-H Clubs in Lincoln County page.
There are also opportunities for adults to serve as leaders at the club and county level. If you are interested in this option, please go to the 4-H Leadership page for more information or contact us at the Extension Lincoln County office at 715-539-1072.
No internet access…
For individuals without internet access, you can re-enroll or enroll as a new family by visiting the Extension Lincoln County office located in the Lincoln County Service Center on the lower level (801 N. Sales Street in Merrill) to enroll with 4HOnline during office hours (8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.). Contact the office at 715-539-1072 with any questions or help you need.