Agriculture Instructor – Cloud County Community College

Cloud County Community College seeks an Agriculture Instructor to begin in the Spring 2022 semester. The instructor will be responsible for teaching courses in agronomy/horticulture and/or agribusiness.  Master’s degree in an Agriculture related field or a master’s degree plus 18 graduate hours in the field. This position will require the use of instructional technology within the curriculum and in the classroom. This is a full-time, nine-month position with a benefit package. Email a letter of application, resume, the names and phone numbers of five current references, and copies of transcripts to cwilson@cloud.edu or send to the Office of Human Resources, Cloud County Community College, P.O. Box 1002, Concordia, Kansas 66901.  EOE. 

Job Start Date: January-10-2022
Applications Due By: December-17-2021

Job Contact Information
Christine Wilson – cwilson@cloud.edu – 785-243-1435

Employer Information
Cloud County Community College www.cloud.edu

www.cloud.edu
Employer Address: 2221 Campus Dr. Concordia, Kansas

Agriculture Teacher -Norton Community

Vocational Agriculture Teacher

Norton USD 211 www.usd211.org

USD 211 is located in Norton, Kansas which has approximately 3000 residents  located in North West Kansas. We are at the intersection of two major US Highways, 283 and 36. Norton in the County seat of Norton County, and as such, Norton is a regional trade center with a wide array of available services.

Job Start Date: August-1-2022
Applications Due By: April-1-2021

Job Contact Information
Troy Keiswetter – tkeiswetter@usd211.org – 7854771785

Employer Information
Norton Community, USD 211 www.usd211.org

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Extension Agent – Johnson County

Jessie Furgins to Serve as Johnson County Extension Agent 

MANHATTAN, Kan. – Jessie Furgins will join the staff of K-State Research and Extension – Johnson County as a 4-H Youth Development Extension Agent, effective September 19, 2021.  Johnson County’s office is in Olathe, Kansas. 

She earned her bachelor’s degree in Family Studies and Human Services from Kansas State University and her master’s degree in Agricultural Communication, Leadership, and Education from University of Missouri. 

Furgins has most recently been employed as a 4-H Extension Educator for University of Missouri Extension, located in Kansas City, MO. 

4-H Youth Development Agents develop and deliver educational programs for school-aged youth.  This includes supporting community clubs, out-of-school programs, school enrichment, volunteer management, and outreach to create new program opportunities with new and existing community partners. 

Local extension faculty are jointly employed in a partnership between K-State Research and Extension, headquartered on the Kansas State University campus in Manhattan, and the local Extension board.  

The role of K-State Research and Extension is to encourage the adoption of research-based information to improve the quality of life for Kansans. K-State Research and Extension is the short name for the Kansas State University Agricultural Experiment Station and Cooperative Extension Service. 

More information about K-State Research and Extension – Johnson County is available by calling (913) 715-7000, or online at johnson.k-state.edu

Extension Agent- Southwind District

Clara Wicoff to Serve as Southwind District Extension Agent 

MANHATTAN, Kan. – Clara Wicoff will join the staff of K-State Research and Extension – Southwind District as a Nutrition, Food and Health Extension Agent, effective September 19, 2021.  Southwind District has offices in Erie, Fort Scott, Iola, and Yates Center, KS.  Wicoff’s primary office will be in Iola. 

She earned her bachelor’s degree in Agricultural Economics from Kansas State University and is working on her master’s degree in Agricultural Economics from University of Reading. 

Wicoff has most recently been employed as a Trade Subcommittee Intern for the United States House of Representatives Ways and Means Committee 

Nutrition, Food and Health agents develop and deliver programs related to nutrition and health. Programming may include but is not limited to: nutrition through the life cycle, nutrition of low-income audiences, food security, physical activity promotion, and chronic disease prevention. 

Local extension faculty are jointly employed in a partnership between K-State Research and Extension, headquartered on the Kansas State University campus in Manhattan, and the local Extension board.  

The role of K-State Research and Extension is to encourage the adoption of research-based information to improve the quality of life for Kansans. K-State Research and Extension is the short name for the Kansas State University Agricultural Experiment Station and Cooperative Extension Service. 

More information about K-State Research and Extension Southwind District is available by calling (620) 244-3826 or online at southwind.k-state.edu

Contact Clara Wicoff via email at: clarawicoff@ksu.edu.

Extension Agent, Frontier District

Jessica Flory to serve as  to serve as Frontier District Extension Agent 

MANHATTAN, Kan. – Jessica Flory will begin serving as the Frontier District 4-H Youth Development Extension Agent, effective November 01, 2021.  Frontier District has offices in Garnett, Lyndon, and Ottawa, Kansas.  Flory’s primary office is in Ottawa. 

She earned her bachelor’s degree in Social Science from Kansas State University. 

Flory has most recently been employed as a 4-H program assistant for Frontier District in their Lyndon office.   

The role of K-State Research and Extension is to encourage the adoption of research-based information to improve the quality of life for Kansans. K-State Research and Extension is the short name for the Kansas State University Agricultural Experiment Station and Cooperative Extension Service.

4-H Youth Development Agents develop and deliver educational programs for school-aged youth.  This includes supporting community clubs, out-of-school programs, school enrichment, volunteer management, and outreach to create new program opportunities with new and existing community partners.

Local extension faculty are jointly employed in a partnership between K-State Research and Extension, headquartered on the Kansas State University campus in Manhattan, and the local Extension board. 

More information about K-State Research and Extension Frontier District is available online at frontierdistrict.k-state.edu.  Contact Jessica Flory at jrflory@ksu.edu.