The Whiteside County Farm Bureau® Foundation is hiring up to three interns to assist in the coordination of the Foundation’s summer 2020 Agriculture in the Classroom programs. Agriculture in the Classroom is an educational program designed to educate students of all ages on agriculture’s role in society. The intern's are primarily responsible for implementing the county's Farm Camp program.
The Whiteside County Farm Bureau® Foundation is a general not-for-profit corporation organized under IRS Code 501(c)(3) with one of its goals being to serve the needs of our county’s youth through education and other opportunities, so that they may increase their knowledge of agriculture.
The internship is open to high seniors graduating in the spring of 2019 and current college students. Preference will be given to applicants from Whiteside County who have a farm background and/or are studying an agriculture or communications-related field.
Click the button below to view the summer intern position description. Interested persons can contact Matt Lillpop, Executive Director of the Whiteside County Farm Bureau® Foundation, at (815) 772-2165 or firstname.lastname@example.org. The application deadline is March 13, 2020.