A 4-H State Officer is an individual who has been elected by the 4-H youth body to represent Utah 4-H. State Officers are responsible for shaping the future of 4-H and are active on the State 4-H Volunteers Leaders Council. 4-H State Officers will have the opportunity to attend National 4-H Conference, National 4-H Congress, and a mission mandate-appropriate Summit. The Officers will then be charged with presenting at State Regional Summits on their specific areas, teaching about the mission mandate material they have learned at each event. They will also be charged with creating tracks for the Utah 4-H State Contests. When appropriate, the 4-H State Officers will be asked to present or help in other areas throughout the state.
There are four positions: President, Vice President of Science, Vice President of Healthy Living, and Vice President of Citizenship. If you're interested in learning more, Rebecca can send you a copy of what is on the application. This is a great opportunity for youth to get involved at the state level and make a difference in Utah 4-H!