4-H State Ambassador
2013-2014 California State Ambassador Team
Back Row: Cole Breck, Santa Barbara County, Genevieve Mason, San Diego County, Sigrid Derickson, San Luis Obispo County, Julianna Lydon, Santa Clara County, Tristan Chester, Fresno County
Front Row: Ashley Abrahamson, Fresno County, Jeannette Downer-Lanatti, Solano County, Maryn Spangler, Tehama County, Rachel Ricchiuto, Sacramento County, Bobbi Jean Bertken, San Joaquin County
Congratulations to the 2014-2015 California State Ambassador Team!
Andrew Wood, Placer County
Ashley Lauinger, San Luis Obispo County
Bryce Corron, Butte County
Christine Fry, Madera County
Colton Searcy, Tulare County
Justina Sharp, Sacramento County
Linnae Rodriguez, San Benito County
Lyle Glass, Solano County
Madison Gibson, Contra Costa County
Sallie DeYoung, Los Angeles County
What is a California 4-H State Ambassador?
The California 4-H State Ambassador Program is a working honor that provides 4-H members expanded opportunities to serve 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. 4-H State Ambassadors are youth who have excelled in the areas of leadership and community service. They are selected to serve the 4-H Youth Development Program in roles that promote leadership through education and service. 4-H State Ambassador advisors are adult volunteers who are experienced in working with older youth in a youth-adult partnership atmosphere.
Coordinator: Jenna Colburn at email@example.com or 530-750-1336
Who sponsors the 4-H State Ambassador program?
The Thomas and Dorothy Leavey Foundation provides financial sponsorship of the California 4-H State Ambassador Program, which includes ambassador travel and other expenses, through The California 4-H Foundation.
What is the difference between State Ambassadors and Diamond Stars?
The State Ambassadors program originated as the Diamond Star award for the top performing 4-Hers. In 2001, the name of the program was changed to 4-H State Ambassadors to better reflect the program. See past State Ambassador/Diamond Star team