The annual Star Awards Applications will be due on June 2, 2020 at 5:00PM to the Extension Office (this is the same deadline as Bosque 4-H Ambassador Applications).
Guidelines for each of the Star Awards along with the Application can be found below:
Bronze Star – Junior 4-H members
Silver Star – Intermediate 4-H members
Gold Star– Senior 4-H members
Danforth Award – Senior 4-H members
The interview for Star Awards will be the afternoon of June 22, 2020. If for any reason your applicant will not be able to interview on this date you will have to arrange a time to come into the Extension Office before June 19 to pre-tape your interview (this is the same date as Ambassador interviews).
All awards will be presented at the 2019-20 Bosque County 4-H Achievement Banquet.
The Bosque County 4-H Ambassador Program aims to project a clear and accurate image of the Texas and Bosque County 4-H & Youth Development Program. More specifically, the purpose is to:
- Help older youths develop leadership and communication skills.
- Help the public understand the full scope of the 4-H program. Recruit new members from diverse backgrounds.
- To tell and show key audiences what the 4-H and Youth Development Program is and who it impacts, so that these audiences will understand the impact of 4-H on the lives of young people and will see how it addresses key youth issues in the community.
- To make families, youths, and communities more aware of 4-H and the benefits it offers.
This is a self-application process but requires an interview, with Bosque County 4-H youths being selected to serve as 4-H Ambassadors on an annual basis. This year we have nine youth who have been selected from the application process to serve as 4-H Ambassadors. Once selected each Ambassador must participate in a minimum of 80% of Ambassador sanctioned activities and County 4-H Competitions to be eligible to re-apply for Ambassador next year. Attendance will be kept for all activities.