4-H is full of opportunities for kids, parents, and volunteers to be part of an organization that prides itself on reaching youth through life- and job-skill development programs. Please complete the following steps to enroll. Both families interested in enrolling in 4-H as well as volunteers will need to enroll in 4-H Online.

PDF icon 4-H Welcome Packet (PDF)

Meet our County Educators

Melinda Birch

4-H Educator: Essex and Orleans Counties

1-866-260-5561 or 802-656-7572

Margaret Coan

4-H Educator, Special Projects Lead

1-800-571-0668 or 802-656-7634

Holly Ferris

holly is smiling and standing in front of a maple tree with orange leaves

Shooting Sports Coordinator & 4-H Educator: Lamoille and Caledonia Counties


Jacob Holzberg-Pill

Jacob is smiling at the camera

4-H Educator: Special Projects

1-800-571-0668 or 802-656-7630

Martha Manning

green 4-H clover on yellow background

4-H Educator: Chittenden, Franklin and Grand Isle Counties

1-800-639-2130 or 802-656-7621

Molly McFaun

Molly is smiling at the camera, she has brown hair and wears a purple scarf.

4-H Educator:  Washington and Orange

802-656-4828 or 866-860-1382

Martha Seifert

martha is smiling at the camera, she has short hair and is wearing glasses

4-H Educator: Addison County

1-800-956-1125 or 802-656-7547 

Tracey Stubbins

tracey is smiling at the camera and wearing glasses

4-H Educator:  Bennington and Rutland Counties

1-800-281-6977 or 802-656-7586 


Amber Thibodeau

Amber Thibodeau

4-H Educator:  Windsor and Windham Counties

1-800-278-5480 or 802-656-7530


4-H Online

Both families interested in enrolling in 4-H as well as volunteers will need to enroll in 4-H Online.

For families or volunteers that do not have emails, paper forms are available below.

Family Enrollment Form (PDF)
Volunteer Enrollment Form (PDF)


Prospective members, please print and fill out our PDF icon Health Form (PDF) then give it to your club leader, who will keep it on file.

Offline Enrollment

Don't have an email? That's okay, we have everything you need to get started in 4-H.