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Producer Education and Sustainability Intern - National Cattlemen's Beef Association

Centennial, CO • Paid



SUMMARY

Provides tactical support and execution in Producer Education and Sustainability and supports execution of educational programs and sustainability initiatives; assists in development and implementation of a producer education plan for NCBA consistent with NCBA’s organizational plan and the Beef Industry Long Range Plan. This internship is from May 20, 2024 - August 30, 2024 onsite in Centennial, Colorado.

 

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

  • Provides support in the development of educational programs and materials for NCBA members, state partners/organizations and other appropriate audiences.

  • Supports Producer Education programming and efforts of state affiliates, beef councils, and industry stakeholders.

  • Supports NCBA and USRSB sustainability research and development of resources. 

  • Provides tactical support in the communication and organization of NCBA’s Sustainability Goals.

  • Assists in development of educational efforts through media such as virtual events, television, and written articles. 

  • Provides tactical support to NCBA staff and producer leadership for the Beef Quality Assurance program.

  • Assists in the planning and implementation of the Stockmanship and Stewardship program, Cattlemen’s Webinar Series, and Masters of Beef Advocacy programming. 

  • Some travel required. 

  • Performs other job duties as assigned.

  • Provide team support and collaboration on appropriate business and strategy teams.

 

 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS 

  • EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE – College junior, senior, or graduate student with an agriculture related major. 3.0 GPA preferred.

  • SKILLS- Must be able to effectively complete tasks and be a self-starter.  Must have an understanding of the production, processing and marketing segments associated with the cattle industry from farm/ranch to consumer. Must be competent in the basic sciences and have the ability to review and assess scientific literature and relate to practical applications in the industry.  Also must be able to effectively interface with beef producers, the scientific community, meat science, extension, nutrition and veterinary professionals, allied industry, government personnel and industry influencers. Must have strong people, communication and computer skills.   


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