Animal Sciences Career E-Letter

Week of November 15, 2010

Full-time Positions
1. Hunter Nutrition, Inc.

2. Vet School Feedback
3. Maymester 2011 Callouts
4. CCO Inside Track
5. The Feathered Pen

1. Hunter Nutrition, Inc.

Position: Feed Mill Operator/Management Trainee - full time
Location: Brookston, IN

Qualifications: BS degree, farming/agribusiness experience, good attitude, excellent work ethic, and good attention detail. Mechanical ability and interest in machinery also necessary.

Responsibilities: Manufacturing feeds, quality control, shipping and receiving, inventory control, customer service, equipment/plant maintenance.

Selected candidate will train the first 90 days, then moved to permanent status.
Compensation: $14-16 per hour plus benefits, with weekly overtime.

Email resume to:
Jeff Hunter
Phone: 765-563-1003
Fax: 765-563-1005

2. Vet School Feedback

ANSC Seniors,
If you have applied to Purdue Vet school, please take a few minutes to answer

1) How would you improve the PU Vet school web site:

2) What needs to be added to the web site?

3) What is helpful on the current site?

4) Other

Send answers to Barry Delks (
Thank you!

3. Maymester 2011 Callouts

Costa Rica - "Biodiversity in Natural and Agricultural Ecosystems" - Wednesday, November 10, 6 p.m., LILY 1-436

China - "Globalization and the US-China Economic Interactions" - Monday, November 15, 5 p.m., KRAN G004

Download the application here:

Questions??? Visit:
International Programs in Agriculture
Room 26 AGAD

4. The CCO Inside Track, November 3, 2010

I. The International Students Clinic - Job Fairs: The 30 Second Commercial will be held November 17th from 6:00PM - 7:00PM at WTHR 104. This is a great opportunity for international students to develop an “edge” for the career fair with help in preparing, attending, and following up on companies.

II. The CCO will begin taking résumés starting November 15th on CCO Express for the CCO student ambassadors program. Ambassadors spend the 2011-2012 school year providing assistance to students, faculty/staff and employers served by the Center for Career Opportunities. This paid position will give students the chance to develop leadership, teamwork, and presentation skills. This position is for both work study and non-work study students; all undergraduate students are encouraged to apply.

III. Full list of On-campus and Off-campus career events.

Hannah Schmidt, The Inside Track Editor

5. The Feathered Pen

To view the November 15, 2010, version of MPC's The Feathered Pen, please click the following link:

Please contact us with any questions.

Jon Dockter, Associate Director
Midwest Poultry Consortium
4630 Churchill Street, #1
St. Paul, MN 55126

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