4HOnline 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.
There are several help sheets developed for most of the common actions you would need to do in 4HOnline.
Enrolling in 4HOnline as a NEW family – Everybody is a new family or member at the beginning. This help sheet walks a new family through the process of how to enroll in 4HOnline for the first time. If you are adding a new member to an existing family, you can skip right to the bottom of page 2.
Re-Enrolling in 4HOnline – After your first year of enrollment, there is an abbreviated process to re-enroll. Use your login from last year and quickly re-enroll using this help sheet.
Registering For An Event – This document walks you through registering for an event such as 4-H and Youth Conference, Space Camp, Citizen Washington Focus, Fall Forum, or your county camp.
Scheduling Calendar For Families – Some counties create meetings or appointments in 4HOnline where members can choose their own time slot from the available list.
If you are a club or project leader, there are some help sheets for you too.
Club manager user guide– Being a club manager can be overwhelming especially when you are not familiar with the manager functions in 4HOnline.
4HOnline Reports – One of the features for club managers is the ability to create and run custom reports for your club. This help sheet shows you how to create reports customized for your club.
Project leader user guide – Project leaders can get information about the members in their projects too. This help sheet shows you how to get the list of who is in your project.
Mandated Reporter For 4-H Volunteers – All 4-H volunteers are considered “Mandated Reporters” for child abuse and neglect. This help sheet shows you how to take the training on your own through 4HOnline. You can print a certificate at the completion or training.
Essential Elements of Youth Development – Training on the four elements – Independence, Mastery, Belonging, and Generosity – for both adults and youth.