Extension Internship Positions Available

    Extension Internship Positions Available

    LOGAN – Utah State University Extension offers 94 summer internship positions, with most beginning in May and some running through 2016. Internships are in a wide range of fields, including agriculture, family and consumer sciences, horticulture, 4-H, natural resources and many others. Positions are available both on campus and in most counties in the state.

    According to Brian Higginbotham, USU Extension associate vice president, the Extension internship program provides valuable employment experiences.

    "The program provides undergraduate students with hands-on opportunities at locations all around the state,” he said. “The internships cultivate the enthusiasm, knowledge and skills needed for a future job with Extension.”

    To view the internship positions and instructions for application, visit usu.edu/career and click on the Career AGGIE link. Students will need their A number to log in.

    Writer: Julene Reese, 435-797-0810, julene.reese@usu.edu
    Published on: Apr 24, 2015

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