University of Maryland Extension

4-H Ambassadors

Mr. & Miss Carroll County 4-H and the Ambassador Team

The Carroll County Ambassador program is designed to select 4-H teens who demonstrate the all-around leadership ability within their community, school, 4-H program and family. They should represent the qualities of personal development stressed in the 4-H Youth Development Program. Selection is based on an application, letters of referral, presentation, and interview. Mr. & Miss Carroll County 4-H are selected to serve as the official hosts of the Carroll County 4-H Youth Development Program and all its activities throughout the year. An additional team of youth are selected to assist Mr. & Miss 4-H in fulfilling their duties, as well as promote the Carroll County 4-H Youth Development Program.

As part of the Ambassador Team, these 4-Hers work throughout the year providing service throughout Carroll County 4-H. Ambassadors provide assistant at a variety of events throughout the year including: Beat the Mid-Winter Blahs, Demonstration Day, Public Speaking Day, Achievement Program and the Carroll County 4-H/FFA Fair. They also meet monthly in plan out service projects the team can participate in throughout the year. Make sure to check the Tribune and emails from the Ambassador Team on their upcoming service projects. The team is also encouraged to participate in team building activities throughout the year too.

Ambassadors are also ready to head out to a club meeting and share their knowledge in their specific expertise areas of the 4-H program or to come out and talk to your club or organization about the Carroll County 4-H Program.

2020 Ambassadors

Mr. 4-H

         Noah Geiman

Miss 4-H

Allison Stoner
Alternate Miss 4-H
Bryn Kearney

2020 Ambassador Team

Sophia Battaglia, Jackson Dennis, Noah Geiman, Bryn Kearney, Ashlynn Kidwell, Alilson Stoner, Kate Stultz and Abby VanDyck

2020 Junior Ambassador Team

Eli Barber, Elena Castonguay, Caleb Chamelin, David Geiman, Libby Green, Gavin Kidwell, Andrew Knatz, Cassadi Lewis, Keira Milam, Sophia Sahm, Makenna Steele, Maddie Stewart, Kiera Youngling

How to become an Ambassador?

The Ambassador Team is made up of senior 4-H members (14-18 years old as of January 1st of the current year). Ambassadors need to complete the application and interview process as part of the selection process. Part of the application process also includes letter of recommendations from your club leader, 4-H Volunteers and/or teachers. As part of the interview Ambassador Candidates will have to give a 5 minute presentations to the judges. The topic of the presentation will be outline in the Ambassador packet. Interviews/presentations normally take place towards the end of February. Ambassadors will receive a letter from the Extension Office informing the Ambassador Candidate of their placement on the new team. Official announcement of the Ambassador Team is made the annual Carroll County 4-H Ambassador Team.

2020 Ambassadors Application-Intro Letter.docx

2020 Application-Page 1.docx

2020 Ambassador Questions.docx

Junior Ambassador Team is a similar selection process as the senior team and you must be between the ages of 11-13 years old as of January 1st of the current year. Junior Ambassador applications can be found on the website in March and are due to the Extension normally in May. Junior Ambassadors complete an application and then go through an interview conducted by the Senior Ambassador Team. Juniors will receive a letter informing them of the decision of making the team.

2020 Junior Ambassador Application and Questions.docx

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