A 4-H Ambassador is an official envoy, an authorized representative of our Utah 4-H program. A 4-H Ambassador is a self-motivated, enthusiastic leader who promotes 4-H using the skills, knowledge and leadership abilities acquired in 4-H with fellow members, area residents, community leaders, elected officials and non-4-H youth. A 4-H Ambassador serves to strengthen the 4-H program through public relations.

Congratulations to the 2020-2021 State 4-H Ambassadors!

4-H State Ambassadors

2020-2021 4-H State Ambassadors:
Ashlyn Montague (Salt Lake City), Blake Giles (Wayne County), Evan Smith (Utah County), Jack Larsen (Utah County),
Josie Woolstenhulme (Juab County), Sara Winn (Juab County), Spencer Coca (Utah County), Trinity Hale (Box Elder County) 

 Utah's State 4-H Ambassador Program

Outstanding 4-Hers are chosen to represent Utah as State Ambassadors. Applications for State Ambassador are due every year on December 1st. State Ambassador applicants are requested periodically to send materials to update their file along with their Ambassador application. Your local county extension office will have updated applications and information on the State Ambassador program. Being a State Ambassador is an honor and privilege that only a few will receive. Being chosen as an Ambassador entails the acceptance of "great" responsibility and a total commitment to the Utah State 4-H Ambassador program. We need individuals who are not afraid of people or work. 

  • Represent 4-H in public relations role
  • Promote 4-H with potential members, parents and general public
  • Help conduct 4-H events
  • Organize 4-H promotional activities
  • Develop personal leadership skill and self-confidence
  • Encourage financial support for 4-H
  • Attend Ambassador orientation sessions
  • Serve as a 4-H representative to other organizations
  • Promote 4-H through media and speaking appearances
  • Serve as coordinator or MC for 4-H activities and events
  • Meet with 4-H supporters and potential donors
  • Recruit new members and help organize clubs
  • Make friends and have fun
  • Work directly with County and District Ambassadors
  • Attend teen retreats
  • A two-year 4-H member with experience as a Junior and/or Teen Leader
  • Age 16 to 19 - not in college
  • Active in local club
  • Enthusiastic about 4-H
  • Have time available to fulfill role of Ambassador
  • Responsible
  • Willing to attend Ambassador orientations
  • Willing to serve in Ambassador roles when asked
  • Willing to Travel
  • Have and maintain minimum high school GPA of 3.0 (B average) or above
  • Have parents and/or guardian support
  • Have County Extension staff support
  • Previous leadership experience
  • Capable and willing to get out of school on a limited basis for special programs
  • Previously selected State Ambassadors must reapply each year
  • December: State Ambassador applications due December 1st
  • January: State Ambassador three month project begins
  • March: State Ambassador three month projects ends
  • April: State Ambassador interviews
  • May: Mandatory Training for newly selected State Ambassadors