News Release: Cunningham completes internship with The Annex of Marion

Taylor Cunningham, of Arcadia, recently completed an internship with The Annex of Marion in Marion, Ohio.

During her internship, Cunningham used her communication skills to assist in planning for community events, manage social media platforms and work on website development. She also assisted with Ohio State Marion campus orientations and move-in.

“Our students use their internship experiences to hone their communications skills, network with potential employers, and develop confidence in their abilities,” said Dr. Annie Specht, program manager and associate professor for agricultural communication. “These internships are more than just line items on a resume – they are opportunities for students to prepare themselves for the next phase of their professional lives.”

Cunningham returned to Columbus in August, where she is completing a degree in agricultural communication at The Ohio State University.

The agricultural communication major at Ohio State prepares students to plan, develop, and implement a communication campaign, using visual media, writing and editing. Students study crisis communication, graphic design, marketing, and journalism so they can spread the word about agriculture. To learn more about the agricultural communication major, visit acel.osu.edu or call 614-247-6358.

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News Release: Leeper completes internship with Ohio State Extension

Shae Leeper, of Marysville, recently completed an internship with the Delaware County Extension Office in Delaware, Ohio.

During her internship, Leeper used her communication skills to assist in 4-H and Junior Fair event planning and manage social media platforms. She also worked on farm research projects which included video production and editing.

“Our students use their internship experiences to hone their communications skills, network with potential employers, and develop confidence in their abilities,” said Dr. Annie Specht, program manager and associate professor for agricultural communication. “These internships are more than just line items on a resume – they are opportunities for students to prepare themselves for the next phase of their professional lives.”

Leeper returned to Columbus in August, where she is completing a degree in agricultural communication at The Ohio State University.

The agricultural communication major at Ohio State prepares students to plan, develop, and implement a communication campaign, using visual media, writing and editing. Students study crisis communication, graphic design, marketing, and journalism so they can spread the word about agriculture. To learn more about the agricultural communication major, visit acel.osu.edu or call 614-247-6358.

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News Release: Beach completes internship with Hancock County Agricultural Society

Schelby Beach, of Forest, recently completed an internship with Hancock County Agricultural Society in Findlay, Ohio.

During her internship, Beach used her communication skills to manage the organization’s social media platforms and website. In addition to building her computer and digital marketing skills, she also improved her customer service skills, as she provided community support when needed.

“Our students use their internship experiences to hone their communications skills, network with potential employers, and develop confidence in their abilities,” said Dr. Annie Specht, program manager and associate professor for agricultural communication. “These internships are more than just line items on a resume – they are opportunities for students to prepare themselves for the next phase of their professional lives.”

Beach returned to Columbus in August, where she is completing a degree in agricultural communication at The Ohio State University.

The agricultural communication major at Ohio State prepares students to plan, develop, and implement a communication campaign, using visual media, writing and editing. Students study crisis communication, graphic design, marketing, and journalism so they can spread the word about agriculture. To learn more about the agricultural communication major, visit acel.osu.edu or call 614-247-6358.

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News Release: Augustine completes internship with Ohio State ATI

Samantha Augustine, of Loudonville, recently completed an internship with the Ohio State ATI Admissions Office in Wooster, Ohio.

During her internship, Augustine used her communication skills to assist in event planning for the incoming student orientation, organized 2019-2020 Admissions events and assisted in the management of the ATI Admissions communication plan.

“Our students use their internship experiences to hone their communications skills, network with potential employers, and develop confidence in their abilities,” said Dr. Annie Specht, program manager and associate professor for agricultural communication. “These internships are more than just line items on a resume – they are opportunities for students to prepare themselves for the next phase of their professional lives.”

Augustine returned to Columbus in August, where she is completing a degree in agricultural communication at The Ohio State University.

The agricultural communication major at Ohio State prepares students to plan, develop, and implement a communication campaign, using visual media, writing and editing. Students study crisis communication, graphic design, marketing, and journalism so they can spread the word about agriculture. To learn more about the agricultural communication major, visit acel.osu.edu or call 614-247-6358.

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News Release: Matthews completes internship with American Farm Bureau Federation

Ryan Matthews, of Leesburg, recently completed an internship with the American Farm Bureau Federation in Washington D.C.

During his internship, Matthews used his communication skills to assist in a range of projects. He worked on event planning for workshops, printing and compiling Discussion Meet competitor packets and creating a collegiate Farm Bureau handbook. He also worked on social media campaigns to encourage member engagement.

“Our students use their internship experiences to hone their communications skills, network with potential employers, and develop confidence in their abilities,” said Dr. Annie Specht, program manager and associate professor for agricultural communication. “These internships are more than just line items on a resume – they are opportunities for students to prepare themselves for the next phase of their professional lives.”

Matthews returned to Columbus in August, where he is completing a degree in agricultural communication at The Ohio State University.

The agricultural communication major at Ohio State prepares students to plan, develop, and implement a communication campaign, using visual media, writing and editing. Students study crisis communication, graphic design, marketing, and journalism so they can spread the word about agriculture. To learn more about the agricultural communication major, visit acel.osu.edu or call 614-247-6358.

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News Release: Maurer completes internship with Ohio Beef Council

Megan Maurer, of Fort Loramie, recently completed an internship with the Ohio Beef Council in Marysville, Ohio.

During her internship, Maurer used her communication skills to assist in outreach efforts, consumer and producer marketing campaigns and event planning. She also worked on generating content for social media and both the Ohio Cattleman and The Ring publications.

“Our students use their internship experiences to hone their communications skills, network with potential employers, and develop confidence in their abilities,” said Dr. Annie Specht, program manager and associate professor for agricultural communication. “These internships are more than just line items on a resume – they are opportunities for students to prepare themselves for the next phase of their professional lives.”

Maurer returned to Columbus in August, where she is completing an bachelor of science in agricultural communication at The Ohio State University.

The agricultural communication major at Ohio State prepares students to plan, develop, and implement a communication campaign, using visual media, writing and editing. Students study crisis communication, graphic design, marketing, and journalism so they can spread the word about agriculture. To learn more about the agricultural communication major, visit acel.osu.edu or call 614-247-6358.

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News Release: Stephens completes internship with Bayer Crop Science

Linnea Stephens, of Columbus Grove, recently completed an internship with Bayer Crop Science in Bel Air, Maryland.

During her internship, Stephens used her communication skills through videography and graphic design as she captured testimonials for specific products. She also facilitated the promotion of chemicals, seed traits, and technology to growers throughout her sales territory.

“Our students use their internship experiences to hone their communications skills, network with potential employers, and develop confidence in their abilities,” said Dr. Annie Specht, program manager and associate professor for agricultural communication. “These internships are more than just line items on a resume – they are opportunities for students to prepare themselves for the next phase of their professional lives.”

Stephens returned to Columbus in August, where she is completing a degree in agricultural communication at The Ohio State University.

The agricultural communication major at Ohio State prepares students to plan, develop, and implement a communication campaign, using visual media, writing and editing. Students study crisis communication, graphic design, marketing, and journalism so they can spread the word about agriculture. To learn more about the agricultural communication major, visit acel.osu.edu or call 614-247-6358.

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News Release: Shumaker completes internship with Ohio State Extension

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Lexie Shumaker, of Lancaster, recently completed an internship with the Ohio State Pickaway County Extension Office in Circleville, Ohio.

During her internship, Shumaker used her communication skills to assist in the development and management of several projects including “Adulting is Hard,” “Teen Cooking Matters” and “Teen Cooking Camp.” She also managed social media platforms, created content for the “Live Healthy, Live Well” blog and assited with 4-H project judging.

“Our students use their internship experiences to hone their communications skills, network with potential employers, and develop confidence in their abilities,” said Dr. Annie Specht, program manager and associate professor for agricultural communication. “These internships are more than just line items on a resume – they are opportunities for students to prepare themselves for the next phase of their professional lives.”

Shumaker returned to Columbus in August, where she is completing a degree in agricultural communication at The Ohio State University.

The agricultural communication major at Ohio State prepares students to plan, develop, and implement a communication campaign, using visual media, writing and editing. Students study crisis communication, graphic design, marketing, and journalism so they can spread the word about agriculture. To learn more about the agricultural communication major, visit acel.osu.edu or call 614-247-6358.

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News Release: Sweeney completes internship with Ohio State Fair and Expo Center

Kamala Sweeney, of Canal Winchester, recently completed an internship with the Ohio State Fair and Expo Center in Columbus, Ohio.

During her internship, Sweeney used her communication skills to give tours of the Ohio State Fairgrounds, represent different displays and interact with fairgoers. She also had the opportunity to present awards and announce livestock shows and other special events.

“Our students use their internship experiences to hone their communications skills, network with potential employers, and develop confidence in their abilities,” said Dr. Annie Specht, program manager and associate professor for agricultural communication. “These internships are more than just line items on a resume – they are opportunities for students to prepare themselves for the next phase of their professional lives.”

Sweeney returned to Columbus in August, where she is completing a degree in agricultural communication at The Ohio State University.

The agricultural communication major at Ohio State prepares students to plan, develop, and implement a communication campaign, using visual media, writing and editing. Students study crisis communication, graphic design, marketing, and journalism so they can spread the word about agriculture. To learn more about the agricultural communication major, visit acel.osu.edu or call 614-247-6358.

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News Release: Coppler completes internship with National FFA Foundation

Carley Coppler, of Carey, recently completed an internship with the National FFA Foundation in Indianapolis, Indiana.

During her internship, Coppler used her communication skills to engage donors and also interviewed potential individuals to be featured in various publications. In addition to improving her communication skills, Coppler also conducted research and data analysis to strategize ways to engage prospective sponsors.

“Our students use their internship experience to hone their communications skills, network with potential employers, and develop confidence in their abilities,” said Dr. Annie Specht, program manager and associate professor for agricultural communication. “These internships are more than just line items on a resume – they are opportunities for students to prepare themselves for the next phase of their professional lives.”

Coppler returned to Columbus in August, where she is completing a degree in agricultural communication at The Ohio State University.

The agricultural communication major at Ohio State prepares students to plan, develop, and implement a communication campaign, using visual media, writing and editing. Students study crisis communication, graphic design, marketing, and journalism so they can spread the word about agriculture. To learn more about the agricultural communication major, visit acel.osu.edu or call 614-247-6358.

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