County All Star Ambassador
County All Star Ambassador
March 25, 2019
Dear 4-H Community,
Through an extensive two year review the 4-H All Star program, the California 4-H office found inconsistencies from county to county on how this 4-H Leadership Program was being implemented for enrolled teens. While the Monterey County 4-H program had already completed a volunteer directed “overhaul” in 2013-2014, we will begin the process of accepting the required updates.
Many of the elements of this youth role will remain the same. However, the updates you will notice this year include the name update of County All Star Ambassador. Members will be able to apply using their verified 4-H star ranks in and Personal Development Report or by showing documented work that is the equivalent to earning a gold star. The Body of Work that many of you enjoyed watching the All Stars present will become an Action Plan and will feature a focus on Service Learning.
The County All Star Ambassador position still requires an application process each year and an interview by a selection committee. Applications are due May 22, 2019.
Of course, this team will need adult leadership to help the youth who apply reach their goals. Applicants are being sought for an All Star Co-Advisor(s). Please review the Advisor applications and consider ways that you can give your time even if it is for a one-time special event.
All Star Advisors are an 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:
See what other amazing All Stars have done using the previous year's guidelines:
Swank Farms HI 4-H 2014
join natividad flyer 2014
Tool Time! Leadership tools by Luke V. 2016-2017
The Service Learning Method by Violet L. 2016-2017
County Teen Ambassador
The County Teen Ambassador position will no longer be available.
Reminder - The County Youth Council applications will be ready in the late Spring. This role is for the member ages 12-19 who is a “doer” who enjoys events, planning, decision making as a group and wants to become a youth “voice” for the Leaders’ Council.
As examples of Youth leadership, you can see what past County Teen Ambassadors have accomplished:
Alex B. created a Powerpoint about all the Citizenship opportunities at the regional and state level. 2015-2016
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. 2015-2016
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. 2015-2016
Julia B. created a lively example of a Cultural Arts style presentation.
Cole B. worked on explaining Citizenship to 4-H members. 2015-2016