Arkansas 4-H Ambassadors



About Arkansas 4-H Ambassador Program 

Arkansas 4-H Ambassadors assist with 4-H promotion at the county and state level, pushing the Arkansas 4-H program at every opportunity. Ambassadors assist with statewide 4-H programs such as the Teen Leader Conference, serve as banquet planners or workshop speakers, and represent 4-H at various activities such as fairs, donor events, awards programs, and community and state organizations' annual meetings. 


To become an Arkansas 4-H Ambassador, youth must first be named a Teen Star, then fill out the application below, and finally present an Arkansas 4-H promotional speech and interview in front of a panel of selected judges. The Arkansas 4-H Ambassador application is due each year on March 15th or the first business day thereafter. 

2021 Ambassador applications are due on Monday, March 15th. 

Ambassador Application

Ambassador Workshop

Each year, current Arkansas 4-H Ambassadors gather to learn more leadership skills and network with other 4-H leaders across the state. Ambassadors also utilize this time to plan and prepare for the Arkansas Teen Leader Conference. 

Current Arkansas 4-H Ambassadors

The current group of Arkansas 4-H Ambassadors will need to certify their efforts each year to remain an ambassador. The re-certification is due each year on May 15th. The 4-H Ambassador Re-Certification application can be found below - this is only for 4-Her's who have already been named an Ambassador. 

Ambassador Re-Certification

The new group of Arkansas 4-H Ambassadors was named in June of 2020, congratulations to this new class of Ambassadors!

2020 Ambassadors

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Calendar of Events

4-H Events Calendar and Reference Guide

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