Date PostedDescriptionContact Person Email/Phone#Links
January 25th, 2024NC State Extension Summer Internship Program Interns will assist Extension Agents through programs such as Master Gardeners, crop protection, diabetes cooking classes, and 4-H livestock projects. Extension internships offer a first-hand view of Extension careers. For these internships, we are seeking students whose academic background is relevant to Extension, especially: agricultural and Extension education; agricultural and resource economics; animal science; applied ecology;
biological and agricultural engineering; communications; crop and soil sciences; education; entomology and plant pathology; family and consumer sciences; food, bioprocessing and nutrition sciences; horticultural science; plant and microbial biology; poultry science; public administration; youth development; and others. In 2024, 30 internships are available across North Carolina.

· Northeast: Chowan, Edgecombe, Nash, and Northampton
· Southeast: Bladen, Johnston, Lenoir, and Wilson
· South Central: Catawba, Cabarrus, Cumberland, Iredell, Lee, Montgomery, Rowan, and Union
· North Central: Alamance, Alleghany, Chatham, Forsyth, Guilford, Orange, Surry, and Vance
· West: Burke, Caldwell, Henderson, McDowell, Rutherford, and Transylvania

Compensation: $4800 ($12 per hour 40 hours per week, 10 weeks.)
Joseph L. Donaldson, PhD
Associate Professor and Extension Specialist
[email protected]
Office PH: 919-515-1758
Job Title is: “NC Cooperative Extension Summer Internship”

ID# is 19708.

Applicants must submit the following by February 21:
· Two references with contact information
· A resume that includes their major and current GPA

2024 Internship Locations | NC State Extension (

Frequently Asked Questions | NC State Extension (

Fact Sheet on the program
January 18th, 2024Childcare Counselor, After School The Ragsdale YMCA is hiring and needs 4 Youth Development Leaders. After School Youth Development Leaders are responsible for supervising children while conducting educational, cultural and recreational activities for children from grades K-8th. Are you great at thinking on your feet? Youth Development Leaders solve practical problems, set goals and make plans to achieve them, develop strong relationships with others, handle undesired behavior and conflicts in positive ways, model positive behavior and values, lead games and activities, present in front of large and small groups, and earn respect from others. In addition, every position in the YMCA of Greensboro is responsible for upholding the Judeo-Christian principles that are central to our mission by modeling behaviors that exemplify the four pillars of character – caring, honesty, respect and responsibility. Hours Weekdays 2:00 – 6:00pm Minimum Starting Pay – $12.00/hourChloe Wesselink, Youth Development Coordinator

[email protected] 336-882-9622 ext. 221
January 10th, 2024The Guilford County Family Justice Center is looking for Volunteer HOPE Counselors between the ages of 17 and 25 to serve as mentors and leaders in our youth program for children impacted by domestic violence and abuse. The program includes year-round mentoring, peer support activities, and a weeklong overnight summer camp known as Camp HOPE.Hannah Mould, Program Director [email protected] 336-641-2314FJC Volunteer Form | Guilford County, NC (