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4-H Ambassadors

Challenge yourself to explore and build leadership skills! The Oregon 4-H Ambassadors programs has two levels: County and State.

County Ambassadors

4-H County Ambassadors are outstanding 7th-12th grade members. County Ambassadors represent the Jackson County 4-H program throughout the county. Duties include working with a team to plan, coordinate, and implement regular 4-H county events such as 4-H Information Night, 4-H Awards Banquet, animal health checks at Fair, and other activities.

State Ambassadors

The State 4-H State Ambassador team is a group of 10-20 outstanding Oregon 4-H youth. 4-H youth in the 9th-12th grades who are interested in rewarding experiences and opportunities to develop their leadership skills can apply. For all current State 4-H Resources please refer to the State 4-H website.

  • 4-H State Ambassador Description: It is both an honor and a responsibility to be a 4-H State Ambassador because you are a role model to other youth and representative of the Oregon 4-H Youth Development program. Please read this for more details on roles and responsibilities.
  • 4-H State Ambassador FAQ: Please review this resource for more details on the 4-H State Ambassador program.

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