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4-H Family and Consumer Science Agent Position OPEN


The San Juan County Extension Office in Aztec New Mexico is hiring a 4-H Family & Consumer Agent. We have an incredible strong 4-H program with nearly 400 4-H members, 20 clubs and over 100 community volunteers. The 4-H Family and Consumer Science Agent works closely with our 4-H Agriculture/Livestock Agent, Adult Agriculture Agent, and Adult Family and Consumer Science Agent. The SJC Office has strong support of our local government and community, a dedicated group of 4-H members and County Council Officers. There are endless opportunities for program development and implementation in our incredible community.

An ideal candidate will have:

• A Master’s Degree in Home Ec, FCS, Health Education, Nutrition, Childhood Development or a related field Position may be under-filled with a candidate holding Bachelor’s degree

• Experience in youth education and working with youth and community audiences

• Experience in community development

• Previous Extension experience

The position closes on May 30, 2021. For complete information and application visit the NMSU website

To learn more about our programs at the San Juan County Office visit our website or contact the Northern District Director, Christina Turner for additional information call 505-471-4711 or">email

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