County Ambassador Program:
Livestock Ambassadors, S.T.E.M. Ambassadors, Healthy Living Ambassadors, and Western Horse Ambassadors
The purpose of the Box Elder County 4-H Ambassador Program is to:
- Promote positive youth development
- Learn, practice, and demonstrate leadership skills, social skills, and volunteerism
- Promote 4-H with potential members, parents, and the general public with in the county
- Sponsor a county leadership focused event
- Expand youth’s individual social and professional networks
Box Elder County Ambassadors are expected to:
- Be in 7th-12th Grade and Apply to be an Ambassador
- Represent the standards of Box Elder County 4-H to the fullest
- Serve as a 4-H Representative to other non-4-H organizations
- Promote 4-H through media and speaking appearances
- Attend and facilitate youth development workshops
- Present to their peers at clinics, workshops, and other events
- Meet, befriend, and work with youth to promote belonging in the BE County 4-H Program
- Remain active in the BE County 4-H program
- Participate in ushering at the Golden Spike Rodeo durin the BEC Fair
- Complete at least one BE County 4-H Service Project per year
- Make friends and have fun
Teen Council Program
What is Teen Council?
Group of teens in grades 7-12 work, plan, and play together to strengthen their own personal leadership, communication, and teamwork skills while mentoring and teaching younger youth. Teen Council serves on a local, county, and state level, and participation can lead a 4-Her to become a State Ambassador. Being a council member requires dedication and commitment but it is also about having FUN! Teen Council is a great way to meet new friends and create lasting memories.
What activities and events will the council be planning?
Monthly activities for themselves:
- Leadership training using fun interactive learning activities (games), local weekend retreats, etc.
- Social events-Christmas party, hikes, BBQs, etc.
- Service for the community
- Planning other 4-H events for other leaders and youth
- Judging Cloverbud entries at the Fair
- Ushering 1 night of the Rodeo for the fair
Junior Teen Council Program
What is Junior Teen Council?
This introducotry County Leadership Program is for 5th and 6th grade 4-H Members. Junior Teen Council members will expand themselves socially as they learn to plan and direct County Programming. The Box Elder County Junior Teen Council is in charge of
- The County Cloverbud Camp
- 1 Workshop rotation at Day Camp
Interested in joining? Contact Brielle Smith at A01424264@usu.edu or call the Extension Office at 435-695-2542.
We are looking for adult volunteers interested in being a mentor to this program! Please let us know if you are intersted.