4-H British Columbia 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.

4-H British Columbia Ambassadors 2017

Vancouver Island

  • Spencer W.
  • Lana H.

Kamloops/Okanagan

  • Ashley R.
  • Calvin F.
  • Mia W.
  • Sara Kate S.
  • Tristan W.

Fraser Valley

  • Katriana Van W.
  • Emily B.
  • April M.

Central Interior

  • Paige S.
  • Skye F.
  • Matthew M.
  • Kevin L.
  • BreeAnna M.
  • Jacinta M.

Yellowhead West

  • Sydnee S.
  • Dawsyn R.
  • Kayla H.

Kootenays

  • Hannah B.

Peace River

  • Kyra T.
  • Peter W.