Carley Snider, of Moscow, will complete an internship this summer with The Fatted Calf in Magdalena, Mexico.
During the internship, Snider will work with children ages 6-18 at Casa Vida y Esperanza, a children’s home, in Magdalena, Sonora, Mexico. She will help children prepare livestock projects for the EXPO Esperanze, a 4-H like “fair” held each year at the children’s home. In addition to working with the livestock projects, Snider will also teach cooking and electricity classes to the children and help with the organization and execution of the fair event.
"We are really looking forward to working with Carley this summer in our mission to glorify and obey God by providing training and career development to the fatherless and less-privileged of Mexico,” said Duane Wulf, team member with The Fatted Calf. “We are excited for the children as they benefit from Carley's experience and leadership, and we are excited for Carley as she grow from serving others in a cross-cultural experience."
Snider will return to Ohio State in August to continue her degree in agriscience education. She is the daughter of Jamie Snider and Ken Snider and a graduate of Felicity-Franklin 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 acel.osu.edu or call 614.247.6358.