Summit County 4-H Youth Leadership

Teen Council Flyer

Teen Council Applications are open for the 2022-2023 School Year!

Looking for opportunities to make a difference in our community?

Join 4-H Teen Council! This program is open to youth in 6th-12th grade.

To sign up for Teen Council, fill out this form:

There is no cost to join 4-H Teen Council! Participants will be expected to attend one activity per month. Our schedule will be flexible and will be tailored to fit participant needs!

Our next event is September 14th, so sign up soon!

WHATTeens wearing 4-H t-shirts 

The purpose of 4-H and it’s variety of project areas and experiences is to provide youth with leadership opportunities and the best development of life skills. Youth leadership experiences can be found within club meetings, junior teen and teen councils, project ambassador positions within the county and even region or state ambassador positions.


Call or email Samantha Krieger at 435-336-3219 or samantha.krieger@usu.eduTeen Council is a county wide club for youth in 8th - 12th grade. Council members work together to create service based activities to benefit 4-H members and their communities as well as gain valuable skills for life and future experiences.  Teen Council represent 4-H Project areas of: Agriculture, Arts and Crafts/Fine Arts, Family and Consumer Sciences, Health, Leadership, Natural Resource and STEAM. Two ambassadors will be selected to represent the project area interests and needs each year. Ambassadors work to serve 4-H youth and families, and implement positive community development.

Summit County has open enrollment for our 4-H Teen Council program so you can apply anytime. To apply call or email Samantha Krieger at 435-336-3219 or