Nebraska 4-H

Youth Leadership Conference Ambassadors

4-H Youth Leadership Conference Ambassadors serve as the planning committee for the 4-H Youth Leadership Conference held annually in June at the Nebraska State 4-H Camp at Halsey. Ambassadors meet on a monthly basis to plan and prepare for the conference while also developing their own leadership skills. By serving as an Ambassador, youth have the opportunity to build connections with peers from across the state, learn from adult mentors, and take a leadership role in planning the annual 4-H Youth Leadership Conference.

The 4-H Youth Leadership Conference Ambassador program is open to all youth ages 14-18. Youth do not need to be enrolled 4-H members to apply. Youth interested in serving as Ambassadors are invited to complete the online application by Friday, October 14, 2022. Approximately 10 youth will be selected and will be contacted directly. The first meeting will be via Zoom on Sunday, November 6, 2022 from 4:00 - 6:00 p.m. CST. During that meeting,

expectations:

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Active Participation

Ambassadors are expected to actively participate in monthly meetings and plan the annual 4-H Youth Leadership Conference.

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Conference Attendance

Ambassadors are expected to attend and facilitate the annual 4-H Youth Leadership Conference.

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Positive Role Modeling

Ambassadors are expected to serve as positive role models in their communities.

Ambassadors

2022 ambassadors

Drew Whitney, Seward County

Lola Rowse, Thomas County

Kaylee Powell, Hall County

Isabella Benne, Burt County

Payton Smidt, Gage County

Chelsa Reardon, Platte County

Emily Van Meter, Otoe County

Autumn Lindsley, Butler County

2021 ambassadors

Tom Moss, Lincoln County

Sarah Treffer, Dawson County

Payton Smidt, Gage County

Hannah Roebke, Seward County

Claire Gangwish, Buffalo County

Autumn Lindsley, Butler County

Faith Oldemeyer, Gage County

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