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Frequently Asked Questions

4-H Volunteering

Security Screening

Q. I am already security screened with the school board. Must I go through that processes again with 4-H?

 A. Yes, but we try to make it as streamlined as possible, and we will cover the screening fees. This is a policy of the FL Dept. of Children and Families we must comply with.

 Q. I tried to watch the UF Youth Protection Training (# YCS800), but it would not come up on my computer.  What should I do?

 A. This particular video series only works in more current versions of Internet Explorer®. Try using that as your browser. University of Florida is working on fixing this issue.

 Programs, Clubs, Classes and Events

Q. My child is in a 4-H Club, but we recently heard of a fishing class and a S.T.E.M. Spin Club? May he participate in those as well?  By the way, what exactly is a Spin Club?

 A. Of course! 4-H tries to provide a variety of PYD (Positive Youth Development) activities in a variety of formats, serving the youth of Brevard. Youth may participate in as many of these clubs and programs as they would like. A Spin Club is typically a short term, SPecial Interest club with a focus on one topic, such as drones, marine science, or geocaching.

 4-H Teacher Partners

 Q. How do I work with 4-H on a classroom experience or field trip?

 A. We would love to work with you, and we provide educational opportunities for K-12 classrooms. Contact the 4-H Agent at 321.633.1702 ext. 52322 for more information.


Contact

Andrea Lazzari, 4-H Agent

321.633.1702 ext. 52322

a.lazzari11@ufl.edu

Gus Koerner, 4-H Program Assistant

gkoerner@ufl.edu

Keith Newman, 4-H Program Assistant and Community Garden Manager

keith.newman@ufl.edu