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American Shorthorn Association announces internship

Summer 2009 internship available

The American Shorthorn Association is seeking individuals interested in a full-time paid summer internship. The intern will assist with programs of the ASA and junior activities including the planning and execution of the 2009 National Junior Shorthorn Show and Youth Conference.

Applicants should be a sophomore, junior, or senior in college and have an interest in working in an agriculture-related field after college. Located at the ASA headquarters in Omaha, Neb. beginning in May and running through July, the intern will assist with the daily in-office preparations for various ASA activities, correspondence, communications, as well as other work as assigned. Computer skills and experience with communications and agriculture are desired.

More information can be found at www.shorthorn.org or by contacting Julie Blunier, 402-660-9049 or julie@shorthorn.org. Interested applicants should send a cover letter, resume, and three references by March 2 to the American Shorthorn Association: Internship, 8288 Hascall Street, Omaha, NE 68124.

The mission of the ASA is to contribute to the profitability and quality of life of its members and their customers by maintaining, protecting the vulnerability and enhancing the value of the herd book and performance database for Shorthorn cattle. The ASA is headquartered in Omaha, Neb., and was founded in 1872 with herd book records going back to 1822. As one of the oldest American breed associations, the ASA provides services for more than 6,000 junior and senior members who register nearly 18,000 cattle annually. The American Junior Shorthorn Association promotes personal development through youth activities and educational events. The AJSA is dedicated to the betterment of its members, promotes valuable skills, and fosters friendships that will last a lifetime. To learn more, contact the ASA office or visit www.shorthorn.org.



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