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Applications Open for University of Maryland Extension Summer Internship

By PRESS OFFICER
University of Maryland Extension

This Spring, the University of Maryland Extension will hire the second Cohort for ‘Creating Leadership and Professional Development Through Extension Internships,’ Summer 2023. 

The University of Maryland Extension received a grant on April 15, 2021. The grant was endowed by the United States Department of Agriculture and sponsored by the National Institute of Food and Agriculture to create a summer internship program that will provide meaningful and technical skills to students at underserved institutions, community colleges, or non-Land Grant institutions to train a future agricultural workforce.

University of Maryland Extension (UME) created a summer internship program with seven interns annually paired with competent mentors; interns will gain hands-on experience and participate in leadership and professional development training. The project will address the eight core competencies in career readiness. Along with professional development and one-on-one pairing with a faculty mentor, interns will have networking opportunities with private industry professionals. The experience will be a ten-week program in which interns work full-time.

The objectives of the project are to 1. Provide experiential learning opportunities in Extension and agricultural research to undergraduate students, including those at community colleges and underserved institutions in Maryland, through creating a summer internship; 2. Develop internal hiring and mentorship skills in UME Faculty; 3) Increase student interns’ career-readiness and leadership skills; and 4. Increase the number of students from these institutions continuing their education and entering the agricultural workforce.

The Application for Summer Internship 2023 is open. The deadline for applications is March 17. For more information and to apply, visit

https://go.umd.edu/extensioninternships

Program Contacts:

Shannon Dill, Extension Educator - AgFS

410-822-1244 | sdill@umd.edu

Andrea Franchini, Program Coordinator

410-856-1850 x126 | andrea1@umd.edu

Ms. Shannon Dill, PI, is the Project Director and oversees the entire project. Co-PI’s include Dr. Nicole Fiorellino, Dr. Sarah Potts, and Dr. Alan Leslie. The project runs from April 15, 2021, to April 14, 2026.

This work is supported by the USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture, AFRI Competitive Grant Workforce Development, project MD-UME-09312.

University programs, activities, and facilities are available to all without regard to race, color, sex, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, marital status, age, national origin, political affiliation, physical or mental disability, religion, protected veteran status, genetic information, personal appearance, or any other legally protected class.

Los programas, actividades e instalaciones de la universidad están disponibles para todos sin distinción de raza, color, sexo, identidad o expresión de género, orientación sexual, estado civil, edad, origen nacional, afiliación política, discapacidad física o mental, religión, estado de veterano protegido, información genética, apariencia personal o cualquier otra clase legalmente protegida.

 

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REALTORS® Donate to Senior Facility in Honor of MLK Day

By PRESS OFFICER
Prince George’s County Association of Realtors®, Inc.

Landover, Md. (Jan. 20, 2023)—The Prince George’s County Association of REALTORS®, the county’s leading advocate for real estate and private property rights, held their MLK Day of Caring for Seniors and donated all proceeds to the Villa Rosa Nursing and Rehabilitation facility.

Proceeds from the drive were used to create senior care packages for the residents of the Villa Rose Nursing and Rehabilitation facility. The Association of REALTORS® donated various items such as socks, blankets, slippers, coloring books and many more items worth over $1700 for the senior residents.

“To be able to assist and give back to our community and brighten the faces of the locals makes us extremely grateful and happy.”, said Shameeka Price, PGCAR’s Community Service Committee Chair.

 

The Prince George’s County Association of REALTORS® is the voice for real estate in Prince George’s County, Maryland, representing more than 3,500 real estate professionals in the national capital area, PGCAR is an affiliate of the Maryland and National Association of REALTORS®. We are proud to serve our members and our community and work to ensure professionalism in the industry. Our volunteers and staff work to offer services to real estate professionals and to provide avenues for our members to become more successful.  We proudly work to promote and protect home ownership and private property rights.

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