Description

Kentucky 4-H believes that all youth should have opportunities for positive youth development in our four guiding concepts:  mastery, belonging, independence, and generosity.  The State Teen Council fosters mastery by empowering council members to research, develop, present and teach concepts related to leadership and civic engagement, belonging by building rapport among 4-H'ers with similar interests, independence by encouraging the management and education of serving on and leading committees and business meetings, and generosity through regular service events and building team rapport.

Since 2006, the Kentucky 4-H Program has been collecting responses from STC members on "What 4-H Means to Me...".  Check out the collected list of inspirational and heartwarming meaning that 4-H members has found through our program over the years.  Click here!


Logistics

The State Teen Council meets four times a year to conduct buisness. Three of these meetings occur at the Lake Cumberland 4-H Educational Center with the final meeting each year held the weekend before Kentucky 4-H Teen Conference at the University of Kentucky. See meeting details below.

Meeting 1 - October 23-25, 2020
Meeting 2 - December 11-13, 2020
Meeting 3 - February 5-7, 2021 
Meeting 4 - June 5-7, 2021

What is Kentucky 4-H State Teen Council, catch a glimpse inside their year! 

STC Newsletters

February 2021

December 2020

October 2020

February 2020

November 2019

September 2019

February 2019

September 2018

September 2017

November 2017

February 2018


STC Programs/Yearly Initiatives

2019-2020 STC - Science, Engineering and Technology

2017-2018 STC- The Community Puzzle

2016-2017 STC- Positivity Through Improv 

2015-2016 STC - Living a Positive Life

2013-2014 STC - The 4 H's of Healthy Living

4-H State Teen Council Members 

Programming District
Last Name
First Name
County
1MusickEmilyPike
1WrightKyeraMontgomery
2Boggs Allison Letcher 
2Stallard AutumnLetcher 
3McManisEllaHenry
3KoraliaMirabellaJefferson
3MeffordBrennaCarroll
3BrowningEmmaShelby
3IsaacsLindaBoone
4ThompsonBaileyHarrison
4MullinsLillian Woodford
4FranklinBrittneeClark
4PennLleytonMercer
4ZimmermanKatherineFayette
5HamiltonMakaylaCasey
5KeysPatriciaHardin
5CampbellCorinneBreckinridge
5BolinNatalieNelson
6ColeAveryWarren
6WebbMollieBarren
7BlazinaMaggieCrittenden
7WalkerKendraMuhlenberg
7TrimbleKatyCaldwell
7McConnellLaneyCaldwell
5KeysPatriciaHardin
4DenegriSariannaFayette
1RatliffEvanPike
1BentleyJoelLewis
1MundayLanceMontgomery
2ShellJathanLeslie
5ElmoreBriarCasey
5NewellNoahAdair
7ArnoldLucasHopkins

State Officers: 

Madison Wilmoth, President

Emma Browning, Vice President 

Emily Murphy, Secretary

Kiersten Dotson, Treasurer 

Advisors:

Rachel Noble, Extension 4-H Specialist 

Patrick Allen, Extension 4-H Agent

Eric Comley, Extension 4-H Agent 


Other Links

Risk Management Plan

Personal Information Enrollment Form


State Teen Council Application Materials 

Districts determine selection process for their six individuals. Each district may have a different due date. All forms are required to be submitted to Rachel Noble by May 1st via the Qualtrics link on the password protected website. At-Large Members must submit their application and video interview to Rachel Noble by May 1st (application through Qualtrics link and video see directions on Form 5 in attached document). Those wishing to apply for the State-Wide positions must submit application materials and video interview to Rachel Noble by May 4th.  

State Teen Council 2022 Application Packet

Scholarship Information

2021 Scholarship

The Dr. Mark Mains Positive Youth Development Scholarship Application. For STC Members only.


State Contact:  Rachel E. Noble | rachel.noble@uky.edu | 859.218.0991

Updated 3/24/20 REN