Eight ACEL students selected for OSU Extension internships

June 14, 2017

Eight ACEL students were slected to serve as interns with OSU Extension counties this summer.

Through this paid internship, interns will work closely with a local OSU Extension educator as he or she teaches classes, works with volunteers and makes a difference in the community. As an intern, he/she will learn how you can use education to make a difference in people’s lives and how what his/her college expereiences can have an impact on some of the most pressing issues facing Ohioans.

Intern projects may include:

  • Planning, helping or teaching community classes, day camps, field days or fairs
  • Attending meetings with community leaders and volunteers
  • Developing news articles, exhibits, brochures, marketing materials, and resources for educational curriculum
  • Using social media and technology to share research-based information
  • Participating in field research, helping with literature reviews, and testing new methods and curriculum
  • Working with youth through 4-H activities, county fair, camps and project judgings

The interns from our department include:

Kristen Ramey, Adventure Central, community leadership
Heath Fleshman, Fayette County, community leadership
Amber Dietz, Mahoning County, agricultural communication
Kristen Eisenhauer, Mahoning County, agriscience education
Abby Motter, Morrow County, agriscience education
Logan Heiby, Darke County, agriscience education
Haley Sherman, Franklin County, agriscience education
Mariah Stollar, Washington County, community leadership