4-H grows future leaders. From teaching younger 4-H members to participating in regional, state, and national events, 4-H provides opportunities for young people to build life-long leadership skills.
Oregon 4-H Ambassadors
Challenge yourself to explore and build leadership skills! Oregon 4-H Ambassador programs have two levels. 4-H County Ambassadors are outstanding 8th-12th grade members. Please contact your local 4-H program for more information including requirements and job responsibilities.
The 4-H State Ambassador is a group of 10-20 outstanding Oregon 4-H youth. 4-H youth who are interested in rewarding experiences and opportunities to develop their leadership skills and are in 9th-12th grade can apply for the 4-H State Ambassador program. Interviews and selected State Ambassadors are announced at the 4-H Summer Conference.
4-H State Ambassador Resources
Ambassador applications are due by March 1st, 2018 to the Oregon State 4-H office.
For more information on the State Ambassador program, please review these resources and contact Roberta Lundeberg.
4-H Youth Development Program ResourceIt 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 Youth Development Program ResourceIf you are interested in applying to be a State Ambassador, please give this recommendation form to a 4-H staff member or leader who is familiar with you and your work.
4-H Member Leadership Opportunities
OSU Extension CatalogThis publication describes opportunities and resources available to 4-H members. Includes information on club, county, state, regional, national, and international opportunities.