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Host a STEM Ambassador - STEM Ambassador Host Site Expectations

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Host site must provide

  • On-site supervisor (must be an adult, available as needed to assist with classroom management and support)
  • Appropriate youth/adult ratio, maximum 10 to 1 with 9-18 year olds
  • Participation recruitment (electronic fliers for marketing will be made available)
  • Physical space, including tables, chairs, access to water/electricity/bathroom facilities
    ○      space must be safe and clean
    ○      space must be accessible

Host site coordinated paperwork

  • Complete non-discrimination form (1 per site)
  • Collect registrations prior to STEM Ambassador sessions
  • Enrollment form (PDF) for each participant
  • 4-H Program Participation Permission, Agreements, and Photo Release Form (Word | PDF)
  • Maine 4-H Health Form (Word | PDF) (if required)
  • Take attendance each session
  • Complete evaluation and provide feedback for STEM Ambassador and program offered
  • Share your success/challenges with STEM Ambassador program coordinator
  • Work with STEM Ambassador program coordinator on any media coverage

Fee

  • There is not set fee for hosting a 4-H STEM Ambassador. Donations towards travel reimbursement and materials costs are encouraged.

How to become a host site

  • Interested in learning how to become a 4-H STEM Ambassador host site? Email 4-HScience@maine.edu to request an application.


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