California 4-H State Ambassadors
Being part of the California 4-H State Ambassador Program is a working honor that provides these special 4-H members expanded opportunities to serve and promote the University of California 4-H Youth Development Program.
The 4-H State Ambassador position is one of the highest service opportunities and recognition attainable in the University of California 4-H Youth Development Program.
State Ambassador I: Addy Rubin, Imperial County; Anna Lucostic, San Joaquin County; Bailey Walvoord, Alameda County; Jada Ho, Santa Clara County; Rose Fiorenza, Imperial County; TJ Suit, Santa Clara County
State Ambassador II: Kyle Geringer, Santa Clara County
Applications are now open for the 2017-2018 California 4-H State Ambassadors!
Click for requirements and link to online application
Service Learning Platform
Every year, the Ambassadors choose a platform to focus on for the year. This year their theme is Emotional Intelligence, which will be the underlying theme as they support and represent California 4-H in the following ways:
This year the Ambassadors will have many opportunities to advocate for California 4-H.
#GivingTuesday - November 28, 2017
Join the Ambassadors and post your #UNselfie on social media to support California 4-H! Go to our #GivingTuesday page to download your sign and use #4HRecipe4Success when you post!
California Focus – Working in a youth-adult partnership, the Ambassadors will be presenting the educational sessions and serve as district and party leaders.
The State Ambassadors represent 4-H at various partner events and meetings, such as the Farm Bureau and the Afterschool Alliance.
The California 4-H Ambassadors receive many requests for presentations. This year, they have developed a menu of workshops that organizations both inside and outside of 4-H can request presentations on