The Extension Office is excited to announce that Crow Wing County has filled the Ambassador lead volunteer positions with two 4-H alumni members. Abby Schreier and Jessica Otto are looking forward to partnering with the Crow Wing County youth leaders as they serve the community, promote 4-H, provide educational opportunities, and have FUN together!
The next meeting will be on September 21st, 2021 at 6:30 pm at the Extension Office. This will be a time to get to know one another, talk about goals for the Ambassador program, and to plan a kick-off event. Come hungry!
Interested in becoming an Ambassador? Read the role description below to see if this is a good fit!
Here is your chance to make a difference in your community, learn more about 4-H and make lifelong friendships! Join the 4-H County Ambassadors today. This is a great opportunity to learn more about citizenship and leadership and participate in some outstanding experiences during the year.
As a 4-H County Ambassador you will be able to participate in fun trips in and outside of the county, visit 4-H clubs and schools to promote 4-H, participate in a variety of fun activities together, and connect monthly with other leaders in our community.
Qualifications: Be an active Crow Wing County 4-H member in grades 6+, have an interest in promoting 4-H, have a positive and enthusiastic attitude, be willing and able to speak to 4-H and community groups, be a good role model for younger members. Members must also be responsible, accountable, dedicated, and willing to follow through with responsibilities.
Benefits: Make a difference in your community, achieve marketable skills such as leadership, communication, and teamwork, and is a great experience for college applications and resumes.
Join today and “Make the Best Better!”