4-H Youth Development Program
4-H Youth Development Program
4-H Youth Development Program
University of California
4-H Youth Development Program

4-H County Ambassadors

County Ambassadors were called All Stars
County Ambassadors were called All Stars


The California 4-H County Ambassador Program is a leadership development opportunity for older youth. It is delivered at the county level.

County Ambassadors are the champions of the 4-H program in their county while they are developing their leadership skills.

4-H County Ambassadors are role models for their fellow 4-H members, their county, and their community. 

 

A Working Honor

County Ambassadors from Santa Clara County.
County Ambassadors from Santa Clara County.
County Ambassador teams plan their own year of activities to create meaningful learning and service opportunities for themselves and others in their communities. Being chosen as a County Ambassador is a working honor and in fulfilling it, members are expected to behave with a degree of maturity, composure and excellence.

 

Annual Plan of Action

County Ambassadors develop an annual Plan of Action that includes choosing and developing three leadership competencies and completing one service learning project. County Ambassadors choose from six leadership competencies: 

Advise, Advocate, Mentor, Plan, Promote, Teach

 

County Ambassador Resources

  County Ambassador Handbook

  County Ambassador Forms

 

Overview of the County Ambassador program

This video gives an overview of the County Ambassador program for youth and adult volunteers and staff.

 

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