What is a Santa Clara County 4-H Ambassador?
Sponsored by the Santa Clara County 4-H council, Santa Clara County 4-H Ambassadors (formerly known as All Stars) are liaisons between the county 4-H office, 4-H members, 4-H volunteers, and the public. Santa Clara County 4-H Ambassadors visit 4-H clubs in their county; network with other organizations within the community; and represent their county at the annual 4-H State Leadership Conference. Participation in other 4-H county, sectional, and state wide meetings and activities may vary. Santa Clara County 4-H Ambassadors act as visible role models for their fellow 4-H members, their county, their community, and state.
Why does 4-H have County Ambassadors and
where do they fit with the rest of 4-H?
The Santa Clara County 4-H Ambassadors rank not only recognizes a member's leadership abilities, but it is also a working honor that provides 4-H members the opportunity to serve the University of California 4-H Youth Development Program. The Santa Clara County 4-H Ambassador position is one of the highest youth service-learning opportunities and recognitions attainable in the Santa Clara County 4-H Youth Development Program. Santa Clara County 4-H Ambassadors are youth who have excelled in the areas of leadership and service learning; and have been selected to serve the 4-H Youth Development Program in roles that promote leadership through education and service.
2021 - 2022 Santa Clara County 4-H Ambassador
Application is now available.