JNHE Ambassador Program

 

Don’t have the schedule for a full summer internship? Well we have the position for you. College students may apply for the Junior National Hereford Expo (JNHE) ambassador program. The 2017 ambassadors will assist the National Junior Hereford Association (NJHA) board and American Hereford Association staff during a two-week long mini internship.

Ambassadors will begin in Kansas City, Wednesday, July 5th prior to the JNHE and will work through July 21st.

Ambassadors will gain experience in:
• Social Media & Communications
• Office and customer service
• Event planning
• Pre-show correspondence
• Processing and running show program
•Contest organization/preparation
• Working with board, committees and youth
• Multitasking

Requirements
• Candidate must be a 2017 high school graduate or older
• Ambassadors cannot be exhibitors or competitors at the 2017 JNHE
• Candidate must have national show experience

Deadline for applications is March 15

Please forward application and resume to Amy Cowan

 
>> Download application (pdf format)
 
>> Download application (word format)

 

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