Annual Forms

Enrollment Forms

  • CloverBuds Enrollment Form
  • 4-H Youth Member Enrollment Form
  • 4-H Adult Volunteer Application Forms

Medical and Health Related Forms

Code of Conduct Forms

Hold Harmless Agreement

Camp Grant Walker Forms


4-H Club Forms

Coming Soon!


4-H Records (Record Books) Forms

  • 4-H Portfolio is used for record-keeping which is an important part of every 4-H educational project. Many awards, educational trips and college scholarships are given to club members on the basis of their records and project work. Records show your 4-H club work progress. This form is designed to help you keep your records and other supporting materials in an orderly manner.
  • The 4-H Project Record Sheet helps members track, record and reflect on their project work. It is used to document project work conducted from 4-H project guides.


4-H Scholarship Forms/Applications

The Louisiana 4-H Youth Development Program is proud to provide scholarship opportunities for high school seniors actively enrolled in the 4-H program. Below is the 2019 scholarship application and instructions. Each 4-H member needs to work directly with their parish 4-H agent for the local scholarship deadline.

2019 Louisiana 4-H Scholarship Application and Instructions


Americans with Disabilities Act Forms

When feasible, all efforts are to be made to encourage and provide reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilities in the Louisiana 4-H Youth Development Program.

Instructions for completing and submitting form:

  • Complete the ADA Special Accommodations Form providing as much information as possible in order to assist with the needs of the participant.
  • Once complete, either email the form to both Denise Fontenot, Human Resource Manager, at DeFontenot@ agcenter.lsu.edu and Hilton Waits, Parish Risk Management, at HWaits@agcenter.lsu.edu or mail form to Hilton Waits, 1105 West Port Street, Abbeville, LA 70510-5831.
  • Form must be completed at least one month prior to event!

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