Animal Sciences Career E-Letter

Week of December 6, 2010

Full-time Positions
1. Breeding Manager Position
2. Midwest Poultry Consortium

Internships
3. Internship Opportunities

Other
4. The CCO Inside Track


1. Breeding Manager Position

Help Wanted -

Breeding Manager for 1200 sow farrow to wean unit. Starting at $35-$40,000 plus benefits. 317-738-3239 or e-mail resume to loneoak87@yahoo.com

If you have any questions or comments, please let me know. Thank you!

Jeff & Lora Wilson
4476 N 700 E
Franklin, IN 46131
Jeff's cell - 317-696-3683


2. Midwest Poultry Consortium Positions

All of the positions are listed on our website: http://www.mwpoultry.org/COEinternship.html


3. Internship Opportunities

Apply here: http://www.whminer.com/education.html

Summer Experience in Farm Management
Farm Management students at the Miner Institute dairy farm become experienced at milking, herd health, calves, and a variety of field work activities such as tillage, planting, and harvesting. The students fit and show a string of dairy cattle at the local county fair. The Summer Experience in Farm Management introduces students to the modern farm as a business, which has as its objective the conversion of plants into milk and meat.

Summer Experience in Equine Management
The emphasis of this program is the management of a commercial equine facility and improved horse handling and training skills. Students will learn ground training techniques including halter breaking, lungeing, longlining, and ground driving. The versatility of the Morgan and varied ages and abilities of horses at Miner Institute allow for students to experience many different disciplines to varying degrees. Students will have an opportunity to participate in other operations including milking, pasture management, and a variety of field work activities.

Summer Experience in Agricultural Research
The Summer Experience in Agricultural Research is a new offering by Miner Institute in 2005. Students interested in careers in veterinary medicine and graduate school will find this program useful in preparing for academic and career opportunities in the agricultural research field.


4. The Inside Track

December 1, 2010

  1. The Greater Lafayette Commerce will hold its first Annual Internship Fair on Wednesday, December 8, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the National Guard Armory, 5128 Haggerty Lane, Lafayette. Participating businesses seek interns for paid, unpaid or class-credit positions. Students may inquire about scholarship funding to pay student interns, available through Tecumseh Area Partnership Inc. Students from all majors and years are invited to attend this free event.
  2. Full list of On-campus and Off-campus career events.

Questions?
Comments?
Hannah Schmidt, The Inside Track Editor
cconews@purdue.edu


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