The best spokespersons for 4-H are older 4-H members. Nothing promotes the program better than youthful 4-H members telling their stories so the members of the public can see and hear what they have accomplished in 4-H.
4-H Ambassadors promote the program to youths, parents, potential leaders, donors, and the general public. A 4-H Ambassador is a teen 4-H member representative of the program who speaks on behalf of the larger membership.
The Idaho 4-H Ambassador training is held each November. This program is for 4-Hers who are high school freshmen or older and who have completed at least two years of 4-H Club work.
To learn more about how to become a 4-H Ambassador or how to start a program in your county, download the Idaho 4-H Ambassador Handbook.
The 2013 November Ambassador Training Conference will be held near McCall, Idaho, Nov. 22-24. The conference fee for 2013 is $95. Conference registration will be completed electronically through 4-H Online
beginning October 1.
- Idaho 4-H Ambassador Handbook | pdf |
- Idaho 4-H Ambassador Skills Checklist | pdf |
- 2013 Ambassador Training Conference Online Registration Instructions | pdf |
- 2013 Ambassador Training Conference Essay Question Worksheet | pdf | doc |
4-H Ambassador Contact Information
University of Idaho 4-H Youth Development Extension Associate