California 4-H State Ambassador
The California 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.
Applications will be open soon for the 2017-2018 California 4-H State Ambassadors! Learn more.
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 2016-17 California State Ambassadors are an enthusiastic, active group!
State Ambassador I: Alberto Lizarraga, San Bernardino County; Aubrey-Rose Stacey, Contra Costa County; Bret Wilkins, Monterey County; Devany Kelley, San Bernardino County; Gabriella Germann, Stanislaus County; Jordan Miner, Contra Costa County; Kalee Cummings, San Diego County; Kyle Geringer, Santa Clara; Olivia Snodgrass, San Luis Obispo County; Riley Arbuckle, Contra Costa County; Sarah Gatie, Yolo County
State Ambassador II: Trent Baldwin, Monterey County; Jackie Penner, Santa Clara County
Service Learning Platform: To be determined
Every year, the Ambassadors choose a platform to focus on for the year. This year the ambassadors are still in th process of selecting their Service Learning Platform. Check back to see what they've been up to:
This year the Ambassadors will have many opportunities to advocate for California 4-H.
California Focus 2016 – 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.
California 4-H Ambassador 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:
- Stress Management
- Public Speaking
- Youth-Adult Partnerships
- Civic Education