Dear Leah…football Saturdays

Dear Leah

Q: What are some of the fun things to do, or traditions to take part in, on Buckeye Football game days?

A: As Buckeyes, we take game day very seriously. It’s good to have your closet stocked full with enough scarlet and grey attire to clothe an army. You can never have too much scarlet and grey.


Spellilng out “O-H-I-O”-another Buckeye tradition!

Once you’re dressed in the most spirited outfit you can assemble, then it’s time to start with the festivities. Usually on the Thursday before a game, the setup starts on campus with tents and trailers popping up everywhere. By Friday, parking lots are roped off in preparation for all of the dedicated tailgaters who will start arriving to campus in the early morning hours on Saturday. Tailgating for Ohio State football games is taken seriously by many, and the parking lots surrounding the Shoe are always packed full with tents, trailers, tv’s, lawnchairs, couches, food, cornhole…you name it, it’s probably at the tailgate.

Before every game, there is a Skull Session held in St. John’s arena. Skull Session, originally just a “warm-up” for the marching band, has turned into a pep-rally and pump-up session for players, band members, and fans alike as the football team stops by on their way to the stadium. St. John’s arena is chock full with the excited energy of fans, and Urban Meyer and usually a senior football player will address the crowd. Following the Skull Session, the football team walks together into the Shoe as they begin final preparations before taking the field.

Just minutes before kickoff, another infamous Ohio State tradition transpires: Script Ohio. The band’s members wind and weave their way through each other to spell out in cursive, “Ohio.” To dot the “i,” a senior sousaphone player gets the honor as they spin, bow down, and flip back up to the roar of the crowd. Script Ohio is an impressive tradition to witness, so my advice is don’t wait until kickoff to get to your seat!


The marching band performing 4 Script Ohio’s with the addition of alumni members.



Summer McCracken and Leah Schwinn ready for some Ohio State football.

Undoubtedly my favorite football tradition is the singing of Carmen Ohio after every game, win or lose. After the final seconds of the game tick off the clock, the football team all gathers down at the South end of the stadium in front of the band and Block O South, which is the main student section. Everyone stands and wraps their arms around each other as the band plays and the whole stadium sings the words to Carmen Ohio.

Game day makes you so proud and honored to call yourself a Buckeye. The best part is simply the atmosphere and constant vibe of excitement among everyone. OH-IO is shouted out more times than you can count, and campus is alive and buzzing with people covered head to toe in scarlet and grey. Luckily for us students, the first home game of the year is only 18 days away! Go Bucks!



The “Dear Leah” column is written by agricultural communication senior Leah Schwinn. You can submit a student life related question at

Seventy ACEL students named to CFAES Dean’s List

The Department of Agricultural Communication, Education, and Leadership had 71 undergraduate students recognized by the University for their academic accomplishments for the 2016 Spring Semester as a member of the Dean’s List.  Additionally, 17 students received a 4.0. To be named to the Dean’s List, a student must have a 3.5 GPA or higher.

Students who were named to the Dean’s List include:

(*indicates a 4.0)

Agricultural Communication
Laura Baird
Megan Besancon*
Shelby Bradford
Amanda Champa
Claudia Clemons
Haley Clinker
Samantha DeAtley
Kelley Dickman
Mary Jenkins
Katelyn Johnston
Kellie Jones*
Elizabeth Overholt
Joel Penhorwood
Kaylee Reed
Leah Schwinn
Katerina Sharp
Jarred Shellhouse
Mary Siekman*
Demi Snider*
Tristen Spahr
Mandy Taylor
Mallorie Wippel

Agriscience Education
Shelby Balint
Lindsey Bement*
Emily Burns
Blake Campbell*
Veronica Chalfin
Ashley Cromer*
Katelyn Deaton
Kristen Eisenhauer
Shelby Faulkner*
Justin Feltz
Sarhra Flinn*
Courtney Fulton
DJ Gase
Aaron Gates
Katie Hart
Alexis Howell
Wyatt Jones
Kaitlyn Laugesen*
Rachel McClellan
Summer McLain*
Frances Nicol
Samantha Norman
Ericka Priest
Etta Ray
Cole Riddle*
Rachel Schoville*
Ellyse Shafer
Carley Snider
Robert Thiel
Alexander Tuggle
Abigail Van Tyne
Tara Vorst
Kayla Walls
Samantha Wander

Community Leadership
Emily Bauman
Sarah Bookman*
Justin Bower
Alexander Davidson*
Anwar Elkhatib
Xiang Gu
Audrey Hoey
Morgan Jolliff
Haley Kocher*
Travis Long
Kristen Ramey
Ashley Rose
Ryan Skinner
Mariah Stollar*

Wickstrom receives AJCA Director’s Scholarship


Ashlan Wickstrom

ACEL graduate student, Ashlan Wickstrom, was awarded a Director’s Scholarship from the American Jersey Cattle Association (AJCA).  This $1,500 scholarship will be used to support Wickstrom’s graduate studies in the upcoming academic year.

The AJCA is the oldest dairy breed association in the U.S. and has a long history of sponsoring educational programs for “young people interested in the Jersey breed.”  Wickstrom has been involved with Jersey Cattle since her childhood on her family’s dairy farm in Hilmar, California.  Wickstrom’s passion to tell the story of agriculture led her to Texas A&M University where she completed her BS in Agricultural Leadership and Development.  While at Texas A&M, Wickstrom attended AJCA’s Jersey Youth Academy, where she gained a deeper understanding of the challenges facing the Jersey breed and the dairy industry as a whole.

Wickstrom’s desire to help face these challenges, led her to join the ACEL Master’s program with a specialization in Agricultural Communication in autumn 2015.  She is completing her degree under the advisement of Dr. Annie Specht and would like to focus on consumer perceptions in the dairy industry.  Her current research involves understanding the influence that online content related to dairy products has on consumer decisions. She hopes to put her research to use after graduation in a role that allows her to promote the consumption of dairy products nationwide.

Students in the AEE graduate program learn to understand and use knowledge grounded in foundation disciplines for planning, implementing, and evaluating educational and communication programs in food, agricultural, and environmental sciences.  The specialization in agricultural communication is designed to prepare students to become leaders in the field of agricultural communication. Graduate students plan, develop, and implement a research project focused on agricultural communication as part of their Master’s thesis.  To learn more about the AEE graduate programs, please visit or call 614-292-3352.

Meet the Faculty: Jeff King

From spending a summer in college traveling the United States with the real “Elsie the Cow,” to serving as the state 4-H director, Dr. Jeff King has quite the extensive resume.

Reared on a Jersey dairy farm, Dr. King’s family also raised and showed Belgian draft horses. Heading off to college, Dr. King kept agriculture a prominent part of his life as he majored in agriculture education and dairy science at The Ohio State University. Once out of school, Dr. King taught vocational agriculture at United High School in Columbiana County. After teaching for several years, he took the position of 4-H educator in Columbiana County, and then later transferred to Clark County.

From his role in Clark County, Dr. King returned to Ohio State to work on his Ph.D. in extension education. Not long thereafter Dr. King became the associate state 4-H director, then the state 4-H director. Now as an associate professor at Ohio State within the Department of Agricultural Communication, Education, and Leadership, Dr. King teaches both undergraduate and graduate classes that are primarily based upon leadership. In addition, he also conducts leadership seminars and workshops outside the department. His expertise in the areas of organizational and staff leadership development led to successful contributions to Extension at The Ohio State University.

A native of Fremont, Ohio, Dr. King now lives in Columbus with his wife, Jill, and their two daughters, Ashley and Megan. In his spare time, Dr. King enjoys showing Belgian draft horses with daughter Ashley, and “thrifting” with his wife.


Jeff King and his family celebrating his daughter’s graduation.

ACEL Weekly Update – August 10, 2016

Upcoming Events

August 21 – Student Involvement Fair, The Oval, 4pm
August 22 – CFAES Pre-Convocation, 7:15am-10:15am
August 22 – Presidents Convocation, Schottenstien Center, 10:30am
August 22 – Buck-i-Frenzy, RPAC, 1pm
August 22 – WIPEOUT!, McCorkle Aquatic Pavilion, 7pm
August 23 – First day of Classes
August 30 – ACEL Ice Cream Social
September 1 – CFAES Back to School Bash
September 20-22 – Farm Science Review
September 28 – Ohio State ATI Career Expo
September 29 – CFAES Career Expo
October 1 – CFAES Alumni Fall Fest
October 13-14 – Ohio State Autumn Break
November 4 – CFAES Fall Scholarship Dinner
December 18 – Autumn Semester Graduation
February 16 – CFAES Career Expo
February 28 – CFAES Undergraduate Research Forum
March 4 – CFAES Alumni Awards Banquet
March 29 – Denman Undergraduate Research Forum
April 6 – CFAES Recognition Banquet
May 4-5 – Ohio FFA Convention


On our website
Snider to complete internship with Hardin County Extension
Dietz to complete internship with American Guernsey Association

On our Blog

Mensing to complete internship with Helena
Bower to complete internship with Ohio 4-H
Meet the Faculty: Tom Stewart
Motter holds internship with Town & Country Cooperative
Meet our Graduate Students: Karen ArgabrightACEL In the News
Emily Burns and Kaylee Reed, Educational ListingsLancaster Eagle Gazette
Bailey Wagner, Honduras trip gives OSU student new appreciation for family,Kenton Times

Dr. Tracy Kitchen joined the Department of Agricultural Communication, Education, and Leadership as the Chair on August 1, 2016. His office is located in 208 Agricultural Administration. You can meet him on August 30 at our Ice Cream Social.

Internship Sharing
Share with the Department where you are interning this summer. Our office will be sharing features throughout the summer on our website about what our students are doing! Leaders Conference 2016
Do you feel that you are a leader or possess exceptional leadership skills? Are you searching to strengthen your soft skills and industry knowledge or network? AFA Leaders Conference is a high intensity and highly passionate atmosphere over a four day conference for collegiate leaders in the agricultural industry across the country. AFA Leaders Conference is held in Kansas City, MO from November 3-6th. Online applications are due September 9th and can be found at
Please contact Audrey Hoey.18 with any questions or concerns!

National Teach Ag Day Collegiate Commercial Contest
One of the first things someone needs in order to teach agriculture is a degree in agricultural education. The National Teach Ag Day Collegiate Commercial Contest provides college students the opportunity to promote their respective college or university and agricultural education program through a 20-30 second commercial. Click here for more information. (If you are interested in doing this for Ohio State, please let Emily know, as each university can only submit one video!)

Undergraduate Research Opportunity: Communication
Dr. Silvia Knobloch-Westerwick is seeking an undergraduate research to volunteer (academic credit possible) 4 – 9 hours per week (flexible) during Autumn term. The position will be in the Entertainment Lab within the School of Communication, primarily working on two projects. The first involves investigating whether people read more news that they agree or disagree with in print magazine versus online website settings. The second involves seeing if website interactivity (e.g. Facebook and Twitter ‘likes’) can increase people’s reading of news they disagree with. The first project will primarily involve coding and analyzing collected data from experiments run last semester. The second project will involve running and conducting lab sessions, with possible analysis of the data later on. The position may also involve occasional work on other projects from the Entertainment Lab during the semester.

The entertainment research lab consists of doctoral students, Professor Knobloch-Westerwick, and undergraduate research assistants. We meet weekly to discuss research projects (the meeting is voluntary for undergraduate collaborators). The team has had several successful research assistants in the past, and we look forward to having some on board this semester.\

Undergraduate research assistants may gather experiences in the following research activities:

  • Certification in collecting data from research participants, collecting data in the research lab
  • Assisting with developing research procedures (questionnaires, instructions)
  • Setting up online research procedures
  • Coding observed behaviors or media stimuli
  • Assisting with compiling and developing media stimuli, editing video and/or text stimuli
  • Brainstorming research ideas and approaches
  • Discussing and presenting research publications

Student should possess a strong interest in social scientific research; we like to have motivated, reliable, friendly people on the team.  GPA of 3.5 or higher preferred.

Interested students should email George Pearson by Friday, August 26 at  ( with:

  • Your name, Email, GPA, Amount of credits desired (if any), Any previous research experience you have, Any other skills you have (for instance skills with certain software, good writing skills etc.)

Volunteer for Welcome Week!
Are you interested in helping students find their way around campus? Want to get involved with Welcome Week? Do you like free t-shirts? Volunteers are needed for Campus Locator Booths on the first and second day of classes! Two hour shifts are available on Tuesday, August 23rd and Wednesday, August 24th at multiple locations around campus. No prior campus experience is needed and directional materials will be provided. For more information or to sign up for a shift, please visithere. Please contact Paige Bonham.50 with any questions or concerns!

Apply for a Buck-I-SERV Trip
Buck-I-SERV winter 2016 trip applications will be available August 7, 2016 at  Application due dates are:

  • September 4, 2016 – international trips and all trip leader positions
  • September 18, 2016 – domestic participants and trip advisors

Winter trips travel from December 17-23, 2016.  Please direct questions to  Buck-I-SERV is a weeklong, substance-free alternative break program centered on community service and civic engagement. Buck-I-SERV is a program planned through the Office of Student Life and supported in part by the Student Activity Fee.

Apply now to be a member of the Ohio Union Activities Board!
The Ohio Union Activities Board Member Application is now open and available to be accessed on our website. The application will remain open until midnight on September 2, 2016. If you have any students who would be interested in helping to plan great events for the campus body to enjoy, please encourage them to apply. New and current students are eligible to apply for membership. There will be some OUAB Membership Informational Sessions during Welcome Week (dates are listed on the website) for students to attend to learn more about OUAB. If there are any questions, please do not hesitate to instruct interested students to contact us at

Student Tutors for OSU Student-Athletes Job Opportunity 
Student tutors needed for the 2016-2017 school year for OSU student-athletes. Tutors: Junior standing and B+ in courses you tutor. Available for a minimum of 6 hrs/wk; must be able to work Sundays and evenings. Courses: Math, Sport Industry, Consumer Science, Economics, Statistics, Business, Chemistry, Physics, Accounting and other GEC courses. $8.65/hr for tutoring. We do not offer full GAA appointments. Apply here. Scroll to Quick Links and under Miscellaneous, find “Tutor Application”. Download the word doc, fill out and submit electronically to Ruth Staveley,

Internship and Job Opportunities

Internship Openings
Field to Market – Fall Communications Intern
Greater Columbus Sports Commission – Fall Internship (Columbus, Ohio)

Full-Time Job Openings

Advocates for Ohio’s Future – Resource and Engagement Director (Columbus, Ohio)
American Farm Bureau Federation – Digital Media Specialist (Washington DC)
Columbus Zoo and Aquarium – Director of Communications (Powell, Ohio)
Indiana Farm Bureau – Director of Marketing (Indianapolis, Indiana)
Lake Erie College – Digital Media and Graphic Designer (Painesville, Ohio)
Michigan Farm Bureau – Digital Content Administrator
National Council for Science and Environment – Communications Coordinator (Washington DC) xzxw
National Cattlemen’s Beef Association – Manager, Government Affairs (Washington DC)
National FFA – Program Manager, Leadership Development Team
National FFA – Senior Education Consultant
National FFA – Team Leader, Leadership Development Team
Ohio State, Farm Science Review – Communication and Marketing Manager(Columbus, Ohio)
Ohio University – University Advancement Communication and Marketing, Designer (Athens, Ohio)
Sportsmen’s Alliance Foundation – Communications Specialist (Columbus, Ohio)
University of Cincinnati – Graphic Designer (Cincinnati, Ohio)
USDA, Forest Service – Public Affairs Specialist (Gainesville, Georgia)The Ohio Cattlemen’s Association is seeking applicants for a graphics design and Ohio Cattleman Managing Editor position. Applicants must be proficient in Adobe Design programs. Adobe Illustrator, InDesign and PhotoShop are utilized on a daily basis. Working knowledge of these programs is a must.
The position is responsible for production of OCA’s magazine, press releases, websites, and social media accounts, plus similar OBC responsibilities. Qualifications include a self-starter, capable of prioritizing a wide variety of tasks, detail oriented, organized and able to plan and meet deadlines. Requires excellent writing skills, creative thinking and strong graphic skills pertaining to beef cattle promotional advertising. Proficient in Microsoft Office Programs (Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.) For more information, a position description, or to apply, contact Elizabeth Harsh, Executive Director, Ohio Cattlemen’s Association, 614-873-6736 or

Extension and Teaching Jobs
Ohio Ag Ed Openings
OSU Extension, Cuyahoga County – Program Coordinator, ANR
OSU Extension, Cuyahoga County – Program Coordinator, 4-H
OSU Extension, Pickaway County – Extension Educator, CD

Buena Regional School District – High School Agriculture Teacher/FFA Advisor: Please send letter of interest, resume, certifications and other appropriate documents to: John DeStefano, Superintendent, Buena Regional School District, c/o Personnel, PO Box 309, Buena, New Jersey 08310. uena Regional High School is located in Atlantic County (south), New Jersey in a rural part of the state.  Buena is half way between Atlantic City (shore areas) and the Delaware Memorial Bridge on Rt. 40.  This is a one teacher department with an active advisory committee, FFA chapter, and alumni affiliate.  The facilities include a greenhouse.

Jobs to check out on Hire-A-Buckeye 
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Agricultural Communication, Education, and Leadership

Meet Our Graduate Students: Karen Argabright

Janer and Vicki

Karen in her element…with horses.

Karen Argabright, a graduate research associate, got her start in agriculture in Shelby County, Ohio where she grew up on a crop and livestock farm. Having earned her associate’s degree from Ohio State’s Agricultural Technical Institute (ATI) in horse production and management with a specialty in reproduction, Karen worked in the equine industry for the next nine years. She spent time in North Carolina, Texas, and Ohio as she managed herds of both Clydesdales and performance quarter horses.

In 2007, Karen moved back to Ohio where she finished her bachelor’s degree in animal science at Ohio State while managing a small farm in Pataskala, Ohio. Three years later in 2010, Karen began her master’s degree in agricultural extension education with a focus in organizational leadership. During her studies she worked on the topic of developing emotional intelligence, and examined Onboarding in OSU extension. Her thesis topic was assessing organizational values within The Ohio State University Extension system.

Upon completion of her master’s degree, Karen stayed at Ohio State as she began her PhD research for her doctoral program in 2012. As a part of her doctoral program, Karen has either worked on or is currently working on the following projects: continuing focus on Onboarding in Ohio State extension, collaborating on a multi-state study that assesses the organizational culture within Extension’s North Central Region, and collaborating with a steering committee for a Strategic Foresight project looking at the future of extension.

Karen says that throughout her academic career she has had a lot of really valuable hands-on experience by working directly with the people that her projects would impact the most. She says that, “I was brought to the realm of organizational development research to fulfill a passion for helping people and organizations discover and achieve their optimal potential.”

Karen’s personal hobbies include helping on the farm, repurposing, tending to her many house plants, cooking, traveling, and exploring new places.


To learn more about graduate opportunities within ACEL, contact Mary Kivel by emailing

Mensing to complete internship with Helena

Micah Mensing, of Oak Harbor, will complete an internship this summer with Helena Chemical Co. in Martin, Ohio.

During the internship, Mensing will be responsible for test plot organization and data entry, soil sampling, veris testing, and weed identification He will work closely with salesmen and an agronomist during customer interaction in the field.

Mensing will return to Ohio State in August to continue his degree in agriscience education. He is the son of Charles Mensing and a graduate of Oak Harbor High School.

The agriscience education major at Ohio State prepares its students you to acquire a license to teach agricultural science in secondary high schools in Ohio and across the country, with extensive training in agricultural science, educational psychology, instructional methods, and youth development. For additional information on the agriscience education major, visit or call 614.247.6358.

Micah Mensing

Bower to complete internship with Ohio 4-H

Justin Bower, of Arlington, will complete a joint internship this summer with Ohio 4-H Youth Development and the Franklin County Extension Office, 4-H Youth Development.

During the internship with Ohio 4-H Youth Development, Bower was instrumental in the planning, preparation and implementation of the Ohio 4-H Leadership Camp, including conduction trainings with camp counselors and staff, preparing lessons and supplies, and leading groups. His role ensured campers experienced a safe and enjoyable time at camp, encouraging them to challenge their comfort zones and strengthen their leadership skills.

The Ohio 4-H State Leadership Camp is a five-day leadership experience that develops concrete peer leadership skills that enables participants to have an impact in their home 4-H clubs, county, community, and school. The camp focuses on six pillars of leadership, including: courage, trust, planning and initiative, understanding self and others, motivation, and discipline.

“Justin has been a pleasure to work with this summer.  He takes initiative to brainstorm ideas, plan events and activities, and implement them to his fullest potential,” said Hannah Epley, state specialist for 4-H Camping and Older Youth Programs of Ohio 4-H Youth Development. “His enthusiasm spreads to others and encourages youth to stretch their boundaries and try something new.  This is a tremendous skill to have, which will benefit Justin in his future endeavors!”

With the Franklin County Extension Office, Bower worked with more than 40 4-H camp counselors preparing them for camp and supporting the Franklin County 4-H camp staff, counselors, and campers during their respective camps. In addition, Bower assisted and led multiple programs including Franklin County Carteens and the Honey Bot Challenge. At the Franklin County Fair, he staffed and facilitated many project and livestock judgings.

Bower will return to Ohio State in August to continue his degree in community leadership. He is the son of Roger and Amy Bower and a graduate of Arlington Local Schools.


Bower, top left, teaches campers a “line dance”.



Bower chaperones campers at a campfire.



Bower facilitates a session at Ohio 4-H Leadership Camp.

The community leadership major prepares Extension educators to lead positive change in their communities. Students complete coursework in program and people development, planning and leadership and gain the skills necessary to work with people of all ages and develop them into agents of change. For additional information on the community leadership major, visit or call 614-247-6358.

Meet the Faculty: Tom Stewart

TSS Headshot

Tom Stewart

“A Lecturer at The Ohio State University.” After hearing that title, it would be normal to make assumptions about the journey that person took to get in that position. Possible assumptions would include years of graduate school and a passion and fervor for research. However, Tom Stewart’s story is a little different.

Graduating from Ohio State in 1972 with his bachelor’s degree in communication and education, Tom went to work for the advertising company that was in charge of McDonald’s restaurants, J. Scott Corporation.

Having a passion for the broadcasting business, Tom only stayed with J. Scott agency for four years. Beginning in 1976 Tom started his broadcasting and media career as a local account executive for WBNS Radio. For the next twenty-five years, Tom stayed in the media world, with positions at WBNS Radio and WBNS-TV. At one point within that almost three decade time period, Tom served as the youngest major market radio station general manager in the United States. Another accomplishment of Tom’s was winning the right to be the exclusive radio voice of The Ohio State Buckeye Athletic Department. Through this, Ohio State football and basketball coverage became a prominent part of the radio station’s programming. Serving as general manager for both WBNS Radio and WBNS- TV, Tom helped guide the stations to dominance.

Retiring at the close of 2001 as the senior executive of WBNS, Tom pursued a long-term goal of his: teaching. Returning back to Ohio State, Tom became a lecturer in the Department of Human and Community Resource Development (now known as Agricultural Communication, Education, and Leadership.) Working with students for over ten years, Tom teaches courses like public speaking and public relations.

A favorite lecturer among students who have taken his class, Tom makes it a priority to connect with students and make them the reason he teaches. Outside of class and his numerous other obligations, Tom loves his wife of over 35 years, and adores spending time with his two daughters’ families, including his two grandsons.


ACEL Weekly Update – August 3, 2016

Upcoming Events

August 23 – First day of Classes
August 30 – ACEL Ice Cream Social
September 1 – CFAES Back to School Bash


On our website
Mensing to complete internship with Helena
Motter holds internship with Town and Country Cooperative
Bower to complete internship with Ohio 4-H Youth Development

On our Blog

Dear Leah….Hindsight 20/20

ACEL In the News
Honduras Study Abroad, Ohio State students study abroad in HondurasOhio’s Country Journal
Dr. Susie Whittington, CASE Institute provides professional development at Upper Valley Career Center, Troy Daily News
Dr. Annie Specht, The Ohio State University – Using Sysomos MAP to Monitor Agricultural IssuesSysomos

Internship Sharing
Share with the Department where you are interning this summer. Our office will be sharing features throughout the summer on our website about what our students are doing! Teach Ag Day Collegiate Commercial Contest
One of the first things someone needs in order to teach agriculture is a degree in agricultural education. The National Teach Ag Day Collegiate Commercial Contest provides college students the opportunity to promote their respective college or university and agricultural education program through a 20-30 second commercial. Click here for more information. (If you are interested in doing this for Ohio State, please let Emily know, as each university can only submit one video!)

Internship and Job Opportunities

Internship Openings
Fleishman Hillard – Public Affairs/Sustainability Intern (Boston, Massachusetts)
Fleishman Hillard – Spring 2017 Public Relations Intern (Houston, Texas)
Fleishman Hillard – Fall 2017 Public Affairs Intern (Indianapolis, Indiana)
Fleishman Hillard – Public Relations Intern (Los Angeles, California)
Fleishman Hillard – Social Content Intern (St. Louis, Missouri)
Fleishman Hillard – Creative Intern (St. Louis, Missouri)
Fleishman Hillard – Graphic Design Intern (Atlanta, Georgia)
National Swine Registry – Marketing and Communications Internship (West Lafayette, Indiana)

Full-Time Job Openings

Bayer – Communication Manager (Raleigh, North Carolina)
Girls Incorporated of Greater Atlanta – Program Facilitator (Marietta, Georgia)
Forman Heritage Farm Foundation – Program and Outreach Manager (Evendale, Ohio)
Let’s Grow Kids – Volunteer Coordinator (Burlington, Vermont)
National Swine Registry – Social Media Coordinator and Asst. Editor (West Lafayette, Indiana)
National Swine Registry – Director of Development (West Lafayette, Indiana)
Ohio School for the Deaf/Ohio School for the Blind – Public Information Officer(Columbus, Ohio)
Ohio State, Wexner Medical Center – Marketing Coordinator (Columbus, Ohio)
Saint Joseph Academy – Communications Manager (Cleveland, Ohio)
St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital – Graphic Designer (Memphis, Tennessee)
Star Publications – Agriculture advertising print sales (Sauk Rapids, Minnesota)
The Creative Group – Communication Specialist III (Columbus, Ohio)

Extension and Teaching Jobs
Ohio Ag Ed Openings
OSU Extension, Licking County – Extension Educator, ANR

Jobs to check out on Hire-A-Buckeye 
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Agricultural Communication, Education, and Leadership