Forty Kentwood High Students Participate in 4-H Holiday Soft Skills Ambassador Training


Forty Kentwood High School 4-H Club members participated in the clubs 2019 Holiday Soft Skills Ambassador Training on Dec. 19, 2019. (Photo by Nicolette Gordon, SU Ag Center.)

Baton Rouge, La. – Kentwood High Magnet School held its 2019 Holiday Soft Skills Ambassador Training on December 19, 2019 at the Golden Corral Buffet & Grill in Hammond, La. The Ambassador Training was open to all 4-H Club members, in grades 7th – 12th, that attend the school.


Forty youth attended the training and worked cooperatively with each other to foster a real-life application of teamwork. Youth Ambassadors were also tasked during a working Christmas Luncheon to create their own personal quotes about teamwork to gain a deeper understanding of what it means to be part of the team.


“Alone we can do so little, together we could do so much,” was the quote that resonated with Tahlia Carter, an 8th-grade Ambassador at Kentwood High Magnet School.

As part of the training, youth organized assembly lines to package canned goods, toys, and coats to donate to God's Store House Thrift Store just in time for the Christmas and New Year’s Holidays.


For additional information about the 4-H Club activities at Kentwood High Magnet School, contact Nicolette Gordon, SU Ag Center’s Assistant Area Agent, at 985-748-9381.

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