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Ag Sciences interns blogging

View from John Owen’s internship across Europe. As he described the day in northern Italy, “Majestic mountains and castles towered over the landscapes. Vineyards covered the entire valley floor.” Not a bad way to spend your summer, Jay!

Each year we have 25-30 students interning around the world. Some choose to use this blog (students categorized by year) and others have a separate blog. This summer see our group of Cornell Cooperative Extension bloggers; junior Rain Hennessey interning in Western NY working with youth education and GIS, sophomore Kaitlyn Kelder working on agricultural pests in the Hudson Valley, sophomore Kelly Albanir working in Delaware County with field crops and nutrient management, and senior Richard Smith also working in the Hudson Valley with the Master Watershed Steward program. Joining Brooke Parsons and Daniel Boucher in their viticulture and enology internships, senior John Owens is traveling Europe learning and interning in Switzerland.

Ag Sciences interns blog

In addition to our featured category bloggers, seniors Mason Day and Myra Manning along with May ’12 graduate Rosy Cohane-Mann are also sharing stories from the trenches. Read more about Mason’s internship with Ball Horticultural Company focusing on social media and marketing in the horticultural industry as well as Myra’s internship with Cornell Cooperative Extension┬ástudying nematodes and developing education/communication tools. Rosy’s internship is with the State Government Relations group in Cornell’s Government and Community Relations Office in Albany. Great work everyone!

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