What is an Ambassador?
4-H Ambassadors are responsible for representing and promoting 4-H and assisting with county-wide or statewide 4-H activities. A 4-H Ambassador is a motivated individual who seeks to become a leader, mentor, and teacher, inspiring positive change in their community.
Why should I become a 4-H Ambassador?
The Ambassadors program builds self-confidence, personal growth, communication, and leadership skills. You will have an opportunity to meet new friends, make new connections, engage in public speaking, enhance your portfolio and resume and so much more.
How can I become a 4-H Ambassador?
There are many opportunities throughout Michigan to serve in an ambassador role both at the county, state and project area levels. Work with your local 4-H office if you are interested in an opportunity listed below.
National 4-H Level
National 4-H Shooting Sports Ambassadors-Contact: Laura Quist
Agriculture Summit-Contact: TBD
True Leaders in Equity Summit-Contact: Brian Wibby
State 4-H Level
4-H Helping with Rainbow Hands (LGBTQIA + Alliance)-Contact: Kristy Oosterhouse
Immunization Ambassadors-Contact: Alyssa Picone
Statewide 4-H Project Level (may provide feedback on project area and/or assist with specific project-specific events)
Dairy Ambassadors-Contact: Melissa Elisher
4-H Rabbit and Cavy Ambassadors-Contact: Glenda Weiss
Statewide 4-H Event Level (shorter term, focused on delivering a specific event)
4-H Exploration Days Scheme Team-Contact: Laurie Rivetto
4-H Capitol Experience Steering Committee-Contact: Jackie Martin
4-H Future Squad Planning Committee-Contact: Laurie Rivetto
MI State Fair Youth Council-Contact: Deb Morgan
Contact your local office to explore Local Ambassador opportunities