The Florida 4-H State Council is made up of Voting Delegates from each county along with the eight State Council Officers. The State Council meets each year at 4-H University to elect a new team of officers and to vote on any proposed changes to the Florida 4-H State Council Constitution. Each county is responsible for selecting two youth to represent the county as voting delegates to the State Council. Talk with your 4-H Agent to determine if you are a Voting Delegate.
The State Council Officers are each assigned to chair a planning committee on the Florida 4-H Executive Board which meets three times a year. This youth leadership board is made up of participants from all thirteen Florida 4-H Districts. The State Council and Executive Board programs are built around youth/adult partnerships that give feedback to the Florida 4-H Program. For more information about what the State Council is up to, please visit this webpage.
Youth interested in becoming officer candidates are required to submit their application through their County 4-H Agent or County Extension Director.
2017 State Council Candidates
Information on the 2018 State Council Candidates will be coming soon!