Track Your Volunteer Hours!
4-H Adult Volunteers and 4-H
Youth…Please Take Note!
Community Service Hours to Be Collected and Reported to the
Prince William County Government
We Need Everyone to Be Vigilant in Reporting
Below is a link to a survey to capture volunteer activities and
hours completed as a 4-H adult or 4-H volunteer.
Each time you fill out the survey, you can capture 10 activities
and associated hours.
If you have more than 10 activities, you will need to visit the
URL again to enter additional activities.
We are asking that each adult volunteer and youth volunteer do
this at least once a month.
This will be a good record for you, and it will help us report
accurately to the PWC government, the service impact 4-H makes to
The amount of hours of service to the county contributed by 4-H
to county projects will be a measure reported to the budget office
It certainly will be a measurable that will show what we know to
4-Hers and 4-H adults make a positive
difference in the Greater Prince William Community.
If you have any questions about what constitutes "service",
please address those questions to the PWC
Use this link to register your volunteer hours:
Sign up for Pr. Wm. Co. E-notifications on 4-H Events
and weekly 4-H Newsletter
4-H Website: County hosted
PWC Google Calendar
(go to bottom of this pg, add it to your own google calendar by
clicking on the 'plus' google icon.
4-H Website: State hosted
PWC 4-H STATS SNAPSHOT
NUMBER OF SERVICES PROVIDED BY 4-H
Counts program at schools
Program 4-H "Get Fit, That's It"
Home, Safe Alone program at schools
Competition procedures and enrollments
Service support (see community service list)
individual Project support, contacts, publications,
4-H Project programs
Project programs (i.e., embryology project)
Raising - the profit supports county programs
Barn at Co. Fair
Share-the-Fun Talent Show
Adult Volunteer Training
Newsletters distributed to members
sponsored embryology project supervision and sponsorship
If you can
think of more items to add to this list please email Sandy
email@example.com. We use this list as a reminder to
our members and the community what our wonderful 4-H staff
provides to support our clubs and the 4-H Program.
SUPPORT VCE TODAY
The “Friends of Virginia
Cooperative Extension” list is for all extension supporters
(volunteers, retirees, program partners, participants, and anyone
else wishing to advocate for VCE). You sign up for this list by
sending an e-mail message to firstname.lastname@example.org with the
Home E-mail Address:
Primary Program Affiliation:
(ANR, 4-H, FCS, or CV)
Everyone is welcome to
Advocacy Toolbox for resources supporting VCE