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4-H Ambassadors

4-H BC Ambassadors are members aged 16-20, whose role is to promote awareness of 4-H in their region and around the province as well as act as resource people for 4-H members, leaders and the public. Typical Ambassador duties can include creating displays, preparing and delivering presentations to groups, writing news articles, etc.

Participants attend 1 training session per year (generally over the May long weekend) and participate in up to 3 conference calls. Ambassadors are required to have a leading role in at least 10 different activities in their region during the year.   Each Ambassador (there are 20 in the group) stands for a 2 year term.

Requirements:

Confident public speaker
Knowledgeable about the 4-H program
Excellent leadership, communication, and personal development skills
High degree of maturity in dealing with a variety of situations
Achieved at least three years in 4-H
Ambassador annual training program on the May long weekend in Abbotsford is mandatory

For more information or to contact a 4-H British Columbia Ambassador in your region, please contact Sarah van Heeswijk at sarah.vanheeswijk@gov.bc.ca.

 

The 2017-2018 4-H BC Ambassadors are:

 

4-H British Columbia Ambassadors 2017

 

Vancouver Island 

Clifford C. 

Spencer W. 

Kamloops/Okanagan

Collin G.  

Calvin F. 

Mia W. 

Sara Kate S.  

Tristan W. 

 

Fraser Valley
Mark S. 

Julien W. 

Sam C. 

Savannah S. 

Sarah D. 

Katriana V. 

 

Central Interior
Paige S.

Skye F. 

Matthew M. 

Kevin L. 

Yellowhead West 
Sydnee S.

Kootenays

Hannah B. 

 

 

For more information or to contact a 4-H British Columbia Ambassador in your region, please contact Sarah van Heeswijk at sarah.vanheeswijk@gov.bc.ca.

 

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