2018-19 Ambassador Candidates
Congratulations to the 2018-19 Kings County 4-H Ambassador Candidates
Anna Felipe - Island 4-H
Ashley Eller - Lemoore 4-H
Garret Martin - Kings River 4-H
Rory Valov - Kings River 4-H
Amanda Curtis - Corcoran 4-H
Brandi Garcia - Kings River 4-H
Isabella Cawley - Grangeville 4-H
Steven Loogman - Kings River 4-H
County 4-H Ambassador
The State has changed their 4-H All-Star program over to County and State Level 4-H Ambassadors.
What Is a County Ambassador?
A County Ambassador is the representative and champion of the 4-H program in the county. While no two County Ambassador programs are identical, they follow the same guidelines, provide similar opportunities and have the same learning goals.
All County Ambassadors are highly encouraged to attend and participate in the 4-H State Leadership Conference, 4-H area conferences, as well as serve on statewide committees or the Statewide Management Board and participate in other activities or events beyond the county level. These experiences help expand leadership skills and are beneficial for those wishing to go on to become a State Ambassador.
4-H Ambassador Eligibilty Requirements:
- Member must have completed 1 year of 4-H (currently on their 2nd year of 4-H)
- Member must be at least 14 years of age by December 31st of the serving 4-H program year.
- Members must demonstrate leadership skill by having the following:
- 6 hours within a project
- 40 hours of leadership roles
- 30 hours of community service
- 10 hours of public speaking
- Demonstrate involvement in 4-H, such as events attended, recognitions, or Record Book
- OR members may hold a Gold Star Ranking
The Selection of Ambassador
Requirements that will need to be met to complete your Ambassador Role:
County Ambassadors act as visible 4-H members - role models for their fellow 4-H members, their county, their state and their world.
What Recognitions Distinguish County Ambassadors from Other 4-Hers?
County Ambassadors stand out among other 4-Hers because of special attire such as:
* County Ambassador Star Rank patch (hat) or the Star Rank pin (lanyard), earned upon appointment and worn during years of service.
* County-specific County Ambassador uniform (usually a special jacket, polo shirt and/or nametag). The attire for each county varies and often can be decided upon each year by the County Ambassador team.
County Ambassador teams will develop an Ambassador Project that includes a Plan of Action for their term. This plan will help the team stay focused on common goal throughout the year. For teams that have two year terms, it is recommended that a new plan is developed for each year of service.
Example of the Ambassador Commitment Contract
The Ambassador Application will be handed out at the interest meeting or contact the 4-H Office to receive your copy.