4-H Ambassadors is a program that provides opportunites for teens to develop their leadership & communication skills.  Ambassador projects have encluded a Project Camp, Cloverbud Camp, and School Visits.

2023-2024 Ambassadors: Cloee Blain, Mathew Erickson, Brett Petersen, Danica Tucker, Shelby Sticka, Madylin Roascio

So what is a 4-H Ambassador?

A 4-H ambassador is a motivated youth, who is 14-19 years of age, enrolled in the 4-H program, has a minimum GPA of  2.5, and has served as a club officer or Teen Leader in their county 4-H.  Being a 4-H Teen Ambassador is a rewarding experience!   These youth improve their public speaking skills, confidence and independence, becoming great leaders in our society! They get to meet other 4-H teens from across the state and form lasting friendships  as they attend state 4-H events such as State 4-H Leaders Forum, 4-H Rec Labs, State Fall Ambassador Training and State 4-H Congress.   They help other youth in the 4-H program with projects, workshops and club events. That is what your Carbon County Ambassador Team is doing:   
During the 4-H year, these ambassadors have put in hundreds of hours of volunteer time each, promoting and assisting with 4-H programs on the county and state levels. Some of the fall activities include: traveling Carbon County educating elementary students about the 4-H program, teaching a Cloverbud workshop, assisting with the county 4-H Family Fun Day and attending Fall Ambassador Training.  The Ambassador program is supported by the Carbon County 4-H Council. 
The ambassadors welcome opportunities to visit clubs and organizations to fill you in on the 4-H experience!   If you would like more information on the 4-H Ambassador Program contact Key Leader Shirley Erickson @ 446-3239 or the Carbon County Extension Office @ 962-3522.