Animal Sciences Career E-Letter

September 26, 2012

From the Desk Of Barry Delks
Upcoming Career Events for October 1-3

1. Kerry Ingredients & Flavours

Scholarships
1. Legacy of Legends Scholarship

Full-time Positions
1. Masters Student Position at Virginia Tech

Internships/Student Workers/Part-time
1. Kentucky Equine Management Internship
2. Aldi
3. ANSC Dairy - Student workers needed
4. The Maschhoffs


From the Desk Of Barry Delks

Animal Sciences Careers Website
http://www.ag.purdue.edu/ansc/Pages/Careers.aspx

Upcoming Career Events for October 1-3

October 1

October 2

October 3

More career events are on the ANSC Career Calendar - https://ag.purdue.edu/ansc/Pages/CareerCalendar.aspx


1. Kerry Ingredients & Flavours

Information Session:
Location: NLSN 1215
Date: Monday, October 1, 2012
Time: 4:30 PM

Full Time Positions:

Internship Positions:

All interns work under the guidance of an experience Kerry employee, supporting business critical projects ranging from process documentation and improvement to creating training manuals to technology upgrades.


Scholarships


1. Legacy of Legends Scholarship

Carolyn Hunt (wife of Ray Hunt) has formed a foundation whose purpose is to educate the next generation in the horsemanship principles used by her husband and Tom Dorrance. The Legacy of Legends Foundation is offering "internship" scholarships to qualified students. These scholarships give the recipients the opportunity to spend 3 months in an internship setting with a Horseman, Clinician, and/or Trainer that emulates the philosophy of Tom Dorrance and Ray Hunt; to make a better deal for the horse. Previous scholarship recipients have worked with Buck Brannaman, Martin Black, Ty Van Norman, and Wade Black.

The 3-month internship is free to the recipients, and is a tremendous opportunity for a young person interested in the equine industry to learn from the top clinicians. Please share the link to the Legacy of Legends website (http://alegacyoflegends.com/?page_id=42) and the scholarship application (http://alegacyoflegends.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/03/LegacyofLegends2012.pdf) with your students. The application deadline is Dec. 31st, 2012.

(If you are curious about my involvement, we, at Montana State, are fortunate to have Buck Brannaman as an Honorary Doctorate recipient from our department, and his daughter, Reata, is currently a freshman here. But, this scholarship opportunity is too valuable not to share with others in the equine academic field.)

Regards,
Jan Bowman, PhD
Professor
Animal & Range Sciences
Montana State University
Bozeman, MT 59717
(406) 994-5563
jbowman@montana.edu


Full Time Positions


1. Masters Student Position at Virginia Tech

I currently have an opening for one Masters Student position starting in January 2013. This position will be split between the main campus in Blacksburg, VA and the Southern Piedmont Agricultural Research and Extension Center in Blackstone, VA. I am looking for an excellent student with the ability to work independently. The research focus for this position will be on beef cattle management and forages. The student will be involved in forage research, managing beef cattle, forage and blood analysis as well as participating in extension and research meetings. This is a two-year fully-funded masters level position that requires the writing of a thesis. If you could pass this on to your seniors who are interested in c a master's degree in this area, I would greatly appreciate it.

Interested parties should send a resume and contact information to
Dr. Brian Campbell
Email: brian3@vt.edu
Thank you
Brian Campbell
Ruminant Livestock Specialist
Southern Piedmont Center
2375 Darvills Road
Blackstone, VA 23824
(434) 292-5331 ext. 233
Fax: (434) 2925623


Part Time Positions


Internships


1. Kentucky Equine Management Internship

***Just a reminder that applications for our Spring 2013 session must be postmarked by October 31, 2012****

The Kentucky Equine Management Internship (KEMI) program is now accepting applications for our Spring 2013 internship program.

The KEMI program (www.kemi.org) offers internship sessions twice each year to college students who are interested in gaining more hands-on experience with horses and who are looking for careers in the horse industry.

During the 22 week internship, interns live and work on Central Kentucky Thoroughbred horse farms. Housing and an hourly wage are provided to the interns.

Our Spring session (January-June) lasts for 22 weeks and interns learn all about equine reproduction by working with broodmares and foals. These interns also attend weekly seminars and also are provided with networking opportunites.

Applications for Spring 2013 must be postmarked by October 31, 2012.

More information about the KEMI program can be found on the attached brochure or on the KEMI website (www.kemi.org). You can also follow KEMI on Facebook--just search for "Kentucky Equine Management Internship".

Please feel free to forward this email to any of your students or anyone you feel might be interested. If you have any questions, please let us know!

Leslie Janecka
Kentucky Equine Management Internship
P.O. Box 910628
Lexington, KY 40591
Phone: 859-277-2512
Fax: 859-277-2753
www.kemi.org


2. Aldi

Aldi's will be interviewing on-campus on November 7th & 8th for District Manager and District Manager Internship positions. To view information on the positions go to www.cco.purdue.edu. They will be accepting resumes online through October 13th. If you meet the online requirements and have an interest in either of these positions, please go to CCO and submit your resume.


3. ANSC Dairy - Student Workers Needed

ANSC Dairy Research Nutrition Worker - 20 hours/week
REQUIRED TO WORK THESE HOURS – HOURS ARE NOT FLEXIBLE
Monday, Wed, Friday, 5 am - 10 am and every other weekend (Sat and Sunday, 5am - 10 am)
Research: Feeding Recording daily intake on cattle

ANSC Dairy Milker - 10 hours/week
REQUIRED TO WORK THESE HOURS – HOURS ARE NOT FLEXIBLE
Friday 5 am - 10 am and every other weekend (Sat & Sun, 5 am - 10 am)
Assist with milking

To apply, call and or email Mr. Mike Grott
765 583 -2526
grottm@purdue.edu

Purdue Animal Science Dairy Unit
The Dairy unit provides cattle for research projects of all types. The herd consists mainly of Holstein dairy cows with a few Brown Swiss being introduced into the herd. The cows are milked at 5:00 a.m. and again at 4:00 p.m. The observation deck, housed in the research building, is open for students or visitors who wish to watch the milking process.
Contact: Mike Grott, 583-2526, grottm@purdue.edu
Dairy Unit Animal Caretaker Job Description


4. Maschoffs

Could you get this applied to your posting boards? 2013 Summer Internship Opportunities.

https://performancemanager4.successfactors.com/sfcareer/jobreqcareer?jobId=7501&company=themaschhoffs

Rich McGuire
Sr. HR Generalist
Rich.McGuire@pigsrus.net
www.themaschhoffs.com
Office: 618 594-0323
Mobile: 618 407-6627


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