We currently have an opening for an Ag Resource Educator.
Applicants (including current employees of other Cornell Cooperative Extension Associations) must apply online through the APPLY button in this job posting.
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We would like to thank you for your interest in completing a 4-H internship with Cornell Cooperative Extension of Madison County!
The 4-H department in Madison County consists of two educators who are fairly new! Chelsea Jones started in December and Jessica Spaulding started this past June. We are lucky to have two 4-H Alumni from two different counties who are extremely passionate about 4-H and our Madison County program. They have many new ideas that they are in the works of planning for the upcoming year and look forward to being able to work with interns who will be able to bring a whole new array of ideas to the table.
As some of you may know, we are currently in our planning stages of our 4-H year (starting October 1st). We are planning events such as horse bowl and hippology, dairy bowl, equine and dairy 101, public presentations, horse communications, STEM programming, next year’s fair, clinics, speakers, trips with the youth, our yearly banquet, and SO MUCH MORE!
You are likely in full swing with your semester and are busy with classes and finding an internship so we only require some brief information/materials in order to complete your application process:
Once we review your information, we will schedule a follow up call as a ‘next step’. We look forward to receiving your materials!
Jessica Spaulding (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Last updated February 13, 2018