Kayla Walls, of Mendon, completed an internship with FFA Camp Muskingum this past summer in Carrollton, Ohio.
As an intern, her responsibilities were to facilitate all assets of the program for more than 1,200 Ohio FFA members that attended camp. Her duties required her to facilitate activities with our advanced camper program which are the seniors and grads. Walls organized two workshops and activities for about 50 to 75 campers each week, and helped coordinate the high ropes activity that available for students each week. She also spearheaded the service project that was did each camp session where FFA members who were incoming seniors or recent graduates worked with several special needs adults.
“Kayla helped make sure camp ran smoothly by lifeguarding, preparing for each activity that was on the schedule and communicating and working with the campers throughout the time that they were here,” said Todd Davis, camp director of Ohio FFA Camp Muskingum.
Walls is completing a bachelor of science in agriscience education at The Ohio State University.
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.