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4-H Youth Development

Kansas State 4-H Office
201 Umberger Hall
1612 Claflin Road
Kansas State University
Manhattan, KS 66506

785-532-5981 fax

Kansas 4-H Youth Leadership Council

The Youth Council and National 4-H Conference application will be combined, with applicants indicating if they are applying for one or both opportunities.  Any Kansas 4-H member between the ages of 14 and 18 before January 1, 2025 may apply as a Council Rep and those 15-18 before January 1, 2025 may apply for National Conference.

This year's KYLF delegation will elect representatives from the four extension program regions (NE, NW, SE, SW) for one year terms on council.  Up to six National Conference delegates will be selected through an interview process at KYLF and they serve a two year term on council.

The application deadline is Tuesday, October 1, 2024, 11:59 p.m. CST

2024 Kansas 4-H Youth Leadership Council

2023 National 4-H Conference Delegates

  • Kaylen, Meade County
  • Channing, Wild West District, Stevens County
  • Carson, Central Kansas District

2024 National 4-H Conference Delegates

  • Kylee, Butler County
  • Ian, 21 Central District, Stafford County
  • Grace, Cottonwood District, Ellis County
  • Kierra, Midway District, Russell County
  • Hailey, Midway District, Russell County
  • Calla, Frontier District

Southwest Region

  • Carrie, Pratt County
  • Lindy, Wild West District
  • Kyle, Ford County

Northeast Region

  • Emilia, Pottawatomie County
  • Elizabeth, McPherson County
  • Brooke, Meadowlark District, Jackson County
  • Norman, Marshall County
  • Meredith, Shawnee County
  • Allyson, Johnson County
  • Greta, Rice County

Northwest Region

  • Nicholas, Golden Prairie District
  • Eve, Walnut Creek, Ness County


Jaryth Barten, Dickinson County Volunteer

Beth Hinshaw, SE Region 4-HYD Specialist

Anna Muir, Phillips/Rooks District Director

Kathryn Tremblay, Twin Creeks District Volunteer

Emma Littich, Collegiate Advisor