Summer Internship Program: Lee County
Primary Program Area Focus: ANR and 4-H
1. Describe your plans for this internship. (i.e. What specifically will the intern be doing?)
The Lee County Extension Office currently only has an Agriculture and Natural Resource Extension Agent and a 4-H Extension Agent. The intern would focus primarily on assisting with the agriculture program and 4-H. The intern will go on farm visits, assist with meetings, attend trainings, and would work on collecting data for on farm research. The intern would also help with 4-H summer activities including 4-H Camp and day camps.
2. Describe the knowledge / skills you expect the intern to gain from this experience.
The intern will gain knowledge of forage systems, home horticulture, tobacco production, vegetable production, youth development, youth management, VCE structure, and VCE resources. The intern will gain skills such as organization, proper etiquette, professionalism with clients, team work, collecting scientific data, and how to structure educational meetings.
3. How will the intern learn about the breadth of VCE and our various program areas?
The intern will be exposed to all program areas of VCE and will attend trainings with Extension Agents on various subjects including the District Leadership Team and Livestock In-Service. The Lee County Extension Office currently is planning the following summer programs: Summer Pasture Walk, Home Garden Workshop, Home Food Preservation Workshops, 4-H Camp, 4-H Garden Day Camp, and 4-H Livestock Judging.
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