Lewis County Pork Quality Assurance
Lewis County 4-H Swine would like to invite all Washington youth to come take part in Pork Quality Assurance Class at the Spring Youth Fair, May 7th, 2017 at 12 PM, on the Southwest Washington Fairgrounds, Chehalis, WA.
For information and to RSVP call Barbara Soto 360-520-1311.
This class is being sponsored by the WA Pork Board. Our presenter will be Sara Smith from the Washington State Pork Producers and WSU Extension Educator Grant/Adams County.
All youth are welcome 4-H and FFA, does not matter if you are showing a pig in Washington, Oregon, or Idaho you are invited to participate.
WSU 4-H Job Opportunities
Want to work for WSU 4-H? We are hiring! Visit http://extension.wsu.edu/4h/job-opportunities/ for details.
- Associate Director for the Washington State 4-H Youth Development Program
- WSU Extension Coordinator for San Juan County Youth Development Program
Alumni! Raise Your Hands!
4-H alumni: take an opportunity to show support for 4-H by raising your hand as a proud alumni! Visit http://4-h.org/raise-your-hand/ to fill out a brief form. Share on social media with the hashtag #4HGrown and spread the love!
NCSE Science Teach-In Toolkit
Many organizations are hosting science teach-ins on or around April 22 which marks the March for Science, to highlight the importance of scientific education and literacy. A science teach-in is an information lecture, discussion, or series on any one of a variety of scientific issues that relate to the public interest, decision-making, and policymaking. Science teach-ins share knowledge and raise awareness about science and its value to society.
The National Council for Science and the Environment is offering free Science Teach-in Toolkits to the public to support their teach-in events. It includes a collection of planning resources and template documents. Visit https://www.ncseglobal.org/ncse-science-teach-in-toolkit to access the materials and share resources.
Paid Smithsonian Leadership Program
This summer learn to affect positive change in your community! Apply to the Young Ambassadors Program! #SLCYAP2017 #fordgivesback
Who? Graduating high school seniors with a commitment to the arts, sciences, or humanities as it pertains to Latino communities
What? Week-long, all-expenses paid training and leadership seminar and a four-week internship with a $2,000 program stipend
Where? Washington D.C. and internships in 17 cities across the U.S. and Puerto Rico
When? June 25–August 2, 2017
Why? Opportunity to explore various career paths, embrace your own cultural heritage, and gain practical and leadership skills and intellectual growth during a paid internship
Application deadline: April 9, 2017
For more information, to view the promotional video, and to apply visit: http://latino.si.edu/Education/YAP
For questions: Email SLCEducation@si.edu