A Little Bit About Me

Hi! My name is Cheyenne Jantz. I’m from the small Kansas town of Ulysses. I’ve lived here my whole life so this community is very much what I would call my home. I am heavily active in my local 4-H community. I have been the secretary for my club as well as for 4-H Council. I am currently serving as 4-H Council president in my county and have been for the past 2 years. I am also a 4-H ambassador for my county.  4-H has been a huge part of my life since I was 10 years old. It has helped me in ways I hadn’t even thought of. It introduced me to the livestock industry, cattle in particular, which is where I found my passion for animals and showing cattle. It also introduced me to photography. Photography is one of my favorite hobbies, I would call it a creative escape. In the future I’m not exactly sure what my plan is but I would love to pursue one or both of those passions. 4-H has also shaped me into the leader that I am today, it has helped me with communication skills and problem solving. Through my internship I am working at my local K-State Research and Extension Office. This is yet another opportunity 4-H has given me. I found out about this internship through my extension agent. I wanted the internship because I am very familiar with the people and operations of it, and I wanted to be more involved in my community, especially my 4-H community.

Made some awesome friends at the retreat!

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