JOB OPENING AT BROOKS COUNTY EXTENSION!
Brooks County Extension is accepting applications for a full-time AmeriCorps State member to serve the local 4-H program. AmeriCorps State members assist in providing 4-H positive youth development programming, recruiting and developing volunteers, developing or expanding funding streams (through grants and sustainable fundraisers), and expanding the number of volunteer-led clubs and volunteer-led initiatives. This is a temporary, national service position (not a traditional employment position) requiring a one-year commitment. It is a direct service position that requires transport of youth and some night and weekend hours. Candidate will need at least 2 references submitted by April 9 posting closure date. AmeriCorps members receive a variety of benefits. For more information about requirements and benefits visit: https://my.americorps.gov/mp/listing/viewListing.do...
This job posting will be accepting applications March 8- April 9 and has a targeted start date of May 10, 2021.
Brooks County Extension is dedicated to connecting Brooks County citizens, Ag Commodity producers and residents with the latest agriculture news, 4-H updates and alerts. This information is provided by the University of Georgia Cooperative Extension and based upon the most current research conducted at UGA.
Some of our most common services include:
Apr 20 - Apr 21 Area Poultry Judging-Tift County https://georgia4h.org/programs/focus-areas/agriculture-stem/agriculture/livestock-and-animal-projects/judging-teams/poultry/
- Tifton, GA - (47.0 Miles)
Apr 24 - Apr 25 Project SAFE Modified Trap Qualification Match Thomas County
- Thomasville, GA - (22.0 Miles)
Apr 24 - Apr 25 Project SAFE Modified Trap Qualification Match Douglas County
- Douglasville, GA - (67.0 Miles)
Brood X Largest brood of 17-year cicadas emerging in U.S. this spring.
Graduate Student Awards 2021 The awards are presented to outstanding master’s and doctoral students based on research and effective communication.
Bee-friendly lawn UGA researchers discover a turfgrass that acts as a bee-friendly lawn