4-H Ambassador Program
4-H Youth Ambassadors:
Montana 4-H Ambassadors are official envoys, representative spokespersons of the Montana 4-H Program. A 4-H Ambassador is a self-motivated, enthusiastic leader who promotes the 4-H program to fellow members, area residents, community leaders, elected officials and other youth. A 4-H Ambassador serves to strengthen the 4-H program through public relations.
Applications for Ambassador Coach will be accepted October 1-15. The application should be a letter detailing interest and qualification in being an Ambassador Coach. Applicants may be asked to participate in an informal interview with Extension Agents. If no applicants apply, the Extension Agents will request a parent/guardian of a team member to serve as a coach.
For more details on becoming the Teton County 4-H Ambassador Coach, contact the MSU Extension Office in Teton County to receive a copy of the 4-H Ambassador Handbook.
In Teton County
4-H Ambassador applications are accepted September 1-15
4-H Ambassador Application
Text Only 4-H Ambassador Application
4-H team captain applications are accepted September 1-15
Other opportunities include Fall Ambassador Training, generally the weekend of teachers conferences. For more details, click on the following link: State 4-H Ambassador Page
Further Leadership Opportunities
Becoming a State Ambassador Officer
Five state officers are elected to lead the Montana Ambassadors each year. They are joined by two adult volunteer advisors and the 4-H Volunteer and Leadership Development Specialist to comprise the State Ambassador Officer Team. The State Ambassador Officer Team represents the ambassadors and Montana 4-H youth at various events and activities across the state. They plan, implement and evaluate Ambassador Fall Training and serve on the planning committee for Montana 4-H Congress.
For more information, click on the following link: State 4-H Ambassador Officers