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UNH Extension Seeks 4-H Agriscience Program Manager

The N.H. 4-H team seeks a 4-H Agriscience Program Manager to help reach the team’s goal to increase agricultural literacy throughout the community including educators, youth, and families. Located at the UNH Extension office in Boscawen, N.H., the 4-H Agriscience Program Manager will be responsible for the recently funded 4-H Ag Exploration initiative working alongside the 4-H Agriscience field specialist. The program manager will coordinate the initiative, recruiting and working with educators to deliver year-long agricultural science lessons in their local classrooms. This is a full-time, benefits-eligible, grant- funded position for three years with potential for future funding. For more information, please visit UNH Extension Seeks a 4-H Agriscience Program Manager | Extension

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