Amador County All Star Rank
An All Star is the highest rank that a 4-H member can achieve at the County level. The goal of the All Star program is to recognize the achievements of active 4-H members and to offer additional resources and opportunities for leadership, career and life planning.
All STAR RESPONSIBILITIES
- Serve as Master of Ceremonies at all Amador County 4-H events, and be willing to serve at county wide functions i.e. JLAC committee, club achievement nights etc.
- Be an active member of the All Star Team and the 4-H Council.
- Submit a completed record book for your All Star year.
- Represent Amador County 4-H as an ALL Star by wearing either professional attire or the green All Star Jacket purchased by the 4-H Council while at 4-H related events.
- Always try to set a good example in the general community and on social media.
2015-2016 Program Year Application Deadline is May 1st, 2015
- Be currently enrolled in 4-H.
- Be at least 13 years of age by January 1 of selection year.
- Have completed three years of club work. (Current year can count as number three)
- Have attained the Platinum Star Rank.
- Be eligible for enrollment in the coming year.
- Have demonstrated leadership abilities, citizenship concern, and maturity of judgment.
- Have made a significant contribution to the maintenance and expansion of the 4-H program.
- Submit an All Star Application, Contract and your current 4-H Record Book to your Community Club Leader by May 1, 2015.
- Submit two letters of recommendation with the above listed in #8 -- one from 4-H Volunteer and one from a person outside 4-H (teacher, clergy, long-time friend).
- The Community Club Leader will review all the information submitted by the All Star candidate.
- The Community Club Leader will submit the Candidate's packet to the 4-H Office by 5 PM, May 5, 2015.
- Interview before the 4-H Council will be on June 2,2015 at 6:00 pm.
If you qualify for Amador County 4-H All Star, please take the time and fill out the AC 4-H All Star Application.