The Oregon 4-H Ambassador program contains two levels. County ambassadors in most counties, are outstanding 8-12 grade 4-H members. Each county runs its ambassador program differently and has slightly different requirements and job responsibilities. For more information on your county's ambassador program, check with your county 4-H office.

The State Ambassador team is made up of 10-20 outstanding 9th through 12th grade 4-H members and is run out of the state 4-H office. Ambassador team members are selected at Summer Conference and can be reappointed each year until they graduate. Although it is an honor to be selected as a state ambassador, this is a working position. Ambassadors are expected to attend and actively participate in at least half of all yearly activities.

Ambassador Applications must be physically at the State 4-H office by March 1, 2018.

For more information on the State Ambassador program contact Roberta Lundeberg

Ambassador Job Description
Ambassador Application
Application for Returning Ambassadors
Ambassador Recommendation Form
FAQ Ambassador Program

2017-2018 State Ambassadors

Colby Amaral, Yamhill County

Zachary Boice, Coos County

LR Burns, Linn County

Abigayle Darula, Yamhill County

Rebecca Davis, Yamhill County

Jacoy Don, Linn County

Kristin Felsch, Washington County

Travis Hinz, Benton County

Tate Howell, Wasco County

Ayala Irvin, Polk County

Caitlin McCabe, Clackamas County

Meredith McMahon, Washington

Eloise Navarro, Benton County

Abigail Pung, Washington County

Lydia Pung, Washington County

Rachel Pung, Washington County

Sadie Rose, Deschutes County

Henry Samuelson, Clatsop County

Natali Tomlin, Linn County

Austin Van Houten, Douglas County

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