District 4-H Ambassador Retreats
About District Ambassador Retreats
4-H Ambassadors are youth leaders who promote 4-H using their skills, knowledge and leadership abilities. A 4-H Ambassador serves to strengthen the 4-H program through education, recruitment and public relations.
Idaho 4-H Ambassador events are open to active 4-H members, in good standing who meet age and other requirements for the specific event. District 4-H Ambassador Retreats are geared for younger teens and workshops focus on life skills related to Head, Heart, Hands and Health — rotating annually. Older youth who have completed the required District Ambassador activities are invited to the Idaho 4-H Ambassador Summit which is held each fall to become Idaho 4-H Ambassadors.
Idaho 4-H Ambassador Events
- Northern District 4-H Ambassador Retreat — Jan. 15-16, 2017, Ross Point Camp, Post Falls, ID
- Central District 4-H Ambassador Retreat — March 17-19, 2017, Albion Campus Retreat, Albion, ID
- Eastern District 4-H Ambassador Retreat — March 24-25, 2017, Inn at Owl Hollow, near Lava Hot Springs, ID
- Southern District 4-H Ambassador Retreat — May 13-14, 2017, McCall Outdoor Science School (MOSS), McCall, ID
Cost: $60 (includes lodging meals and workshop fees. Note: Additional transportation fees may apply)