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UNH Extension seeks Program Manager for New Hampshire Agriculture in the Classroom

The Extension Program Manager, New Hampshire Agriculture in the Classroom (NHAITC) Education Director coordinates efforts to fulfill the mission of NHAITC. The successful candidate will work as part of a team to support agricultural literacy development in K-12 youth and educators in N.H. This is a full-time, benefited position located at the New Hampshire Farm Bureau Office in Concord, N.H., that requires office and field work. It is a one-year grant-funded position with the possibility of continuation dependent on funding. The position is supported by the University of New Hampshire Extension and the New Hampshire Department of Agriculture, Markets and Food.

NHAITC provides educational resources and opportunities that support the integration of agriculture, food, and natural resources into classrooms for K-12 students and teachers. By connecting agricultural literacy to curricular concepts, these programs promote awareness and understanding of the food, fiber, and fuel systems on which we all depend. To learn more about NHAITC, please visit https://newhampshire.agclassroom.org/

For more information, please visit UNH Extension seeks Program Manager for New Hampshire Agriculture in the Classroom | Extension

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