All Star & County Teen Ambassador
MONTEREY COUNTY 4-H ALL STAR JOB DESCRIPTION
4-H All Star is a Leadership rank that can be achieved at the county level. An All Star is recognized for his/her outstanding level of 4-H achievement and is offered the opportunity for new growth and leadership. Monterey County All Stars serve as ambassadors of the Monterey County 4-H Youth Development Program and is provided guidance by an adult Adviser and the 4-H Program Representative. The member has earned their Bronze, Silver and Gold stars. Should be age 15 by December 31 of the program year they would like to serve. They will agree to an 80% attendance to the All Star meetings.
WHAT IS AN ALL STAR?
- Has demonstrated leadership abilities, project achievement, citizenship concern, and maturity of judgment in a variety of situations at and beyond the club level.
- Has made consistent contributions to the maintenance and expansion of the 4-H Youth Development Program at the club and county level.
- Exhibits a strong interest in continuing in the Monterey 4-H Youth Development Program and has specific ideas as to ways in which he or she can provide guidance and leadership to some component of the Monterey County 4-H Youth Development Program.
- Recognizes the opportunities and responsibilities of a Monterey County 4-H All Star, and is receptive to new ideas and new challenges.
What is the "Body of Work" in 4-H?
See what other All Stars have done:
Swank Farms HI 4-H 2014
join natividad flyer 2014
Apply to be a 2016-2017 All Star:
All Star application final 2016-2017 Now closed
All Star Advisers are a essential part of the Leadership Program. Adult volunteers are welcomed to become involved as mentors, trainers, guest speakers or chaperones. Applications are to be turned into the county offices:
County Teen Ambassador
MONTEREY COUNTY 4-H COUNTY TEEN AMBASSADOR JOB DESCRIPTION
A County Teen Ambassador is the beginning level of a county-wide leadership program. Its goal is to encourage youth ages 14 and above to further leadership development training and responsibilities to members who may have not yet earned a 4-H star rank.
WHAT DOES A COUNTY TEEN AMBASSADOR DO?
Plans and completes a “Body of Work” that supports the 4-H program’s current initiatives and strengthens local clubs. Develops and follows a calendar action plan to complete.
Is eligible to attend the LCORT (Leadership of Regional Teens) event
Plans and presents leadership oriented events/activities/collection that is relevant to the Body of Work. This may be done at club meetings, project meetings, county events or special events.
Assist the All Stars with county activities/events as requested that may include:
County Presentation night, county wide Training Days and Achievement Night
Attends Monterey County Leaders Council Meetings as requested
Will complete a Record Book at the end of the year on the day of the club’s deadline
See what past CTAs have accomplished:
Alex B. created a Powerpoint about all the Citizenship opportunities at the regional and state level.
Alyssa H. created an easy to follow session about 4-H record books
Violet L. created a Record Book Knowledge Bowl. A game to play at a meeting.
Julaine M. created a presentation about different awards
Emma H. created a body of work to help 4-H member decide on which style fo 4-H Presentation they could choose.
Julia B. created a lively example of a Cultural Arts style presentation.
Cole B. worked on explaining Citizenship to 4-H members.
Youth Applications and information for the 2016-2017 year:
CTA application final 2016 2017 now closed
Advisor Applications for the 2016-2017 year: