Buckeye Buzz: March 29 - April 4, 2021

  1. SAC Closed - Sunday April 4

    The SAC will be CLOSED on Sunday April 4th, 2021.

    Happy Easter!!

  2. Battle of the Colleges - Student Trivia Night

    Join us for the inaugural Battle of the Colleges: Virtual Trivia Night on Tuesday, April 13! This free event is an opportunity to flex your trivia muscles and compete against minds both young and young-at-heart for glory, bragging rights, and prizes. All CFAES and CoE undergraduate and graduate students are welcome and encouraged to join the fun. Questions will be related to Ohio State/ college fun facts, student topics, and environmental themes. Register as an individual and invite your friends - there will be prizes (gift cards) for the top 10 scoring students and the best scoring college gets bragging rights!

    Hurry, registration is limited! 

    Registration link: https://go.osu.edu/battleofthecolleges

    Zoom link will be sent upon registration. 

    Tuesday, April 13  
    4:30-5 p.m. Social time, prep, and trivia instructions  
    5- 6 p.m. Trivia begins
    6 p.m. Prizes awarded to the winning team(s)

    Questions? Contact Nina Parshall.8 

  3. Campus Wide Easter Egg Hunt


    Join the Franklin RA's and Student Activities for a great time and chance to win some great prizes!!!

    Find the Golden Egg and Win a Pyle Wireless Portable PA Speaker System!!

    Several other "Special Prize" eggs from each Franklin RA!

    WHEN: Monday March 29th at 3:00 pm

    Meet at the Housing Office and B.Y.O.Bag!!

    In case of inclement weather, hunt will be postponed until April 5th.

  4. Virtual Fitness Classes


    Looking for some variety in your at-home training?  The SAC is teaming up with OSU-Mansfield to offer a variety of virtual fitness classes.  Classes are FREE and OPEN to all CFAES Wooster students, graduate students, faculty & staff! Class information below or at go.osu.edu/sacfitness


    Days: Tuesdays

    Times: 6:30pm

    Dates: January 26—April 6

    Location & Registration: Zoom Link—go.osu.edu/mansfieldKARATE

    Price: Free for all CFAES Wooster, OSU-M, &  NCSC Faculty, Staff & Students with valid Campus ID

    Instructor: Reneta Music

    Description: The adult karate class is designed to lead you to a first degree black belt or just provide you with self improvement. It will focus on the basics of karate with a large emphasis on life protection. You will become stronger, more confident, disciplined and your coordination will improve.



    Days: Thursdays

    Times: 6:30pm

    Dates: January 28—April 8

    Location & Registration: Zoom Link—go.osu.edu/mansfieldMOBILITYFORLIFE

    Price: Free for all CFAES Wooster, OSU-M, &  NCSC Faculty, Staff & Students with valid Campus ID

    Instructor: Reneta Music

    What to Bring: Foam Roller

    Description: Stressed from school? Stressed from teaching?? Stressed from working?? Stressed from ZOOM? Or just stressed from life? Mobility for life will provide tools for you to release those stressors from your mind and body. Releasing them, will allow you to have better focus in school, work and teaching. It will also allow you more restful sleep, in turn increasing your focus. 

    Attend all sessions or jump in as needed to address tension areas in your body.



    Days: Mondays

    Times: 7:30p.m.-8:00p.m.

    Dates: January 25—March 29

    Location & Registration: Zoom Link—go.osu.edu/mansfieldMBSR

    Price: Free for all CFAES Wooster, OSU-M, &  NCSC Faculty, Staff & Students with valid Campus ID

    Instructor: Lisa McManes

    What to Bring: Yoga Mat, Water & Journal

    Description: Each 30 minute class will be slightly different as we practice different mind-body meditative practices and principles to help you draw upon your inner resources for greater health, balance, and peace of mind. 



    Days: Wednesdays

    Times: 7:00p.m.-7:30p.m.

    Dates: January 27—March 31

    Location & Registration: Zoom Link—go.osu.edu/mansfieldPOUND

    Price: Free for all CFAES Wooster, OSU-M, &  NCSC Faculty, Staff & Students with valid Campus ID

    Instructor: Lisa McManes

    What to Bring: Yoga Mat, Water & drumsticks, wooden spoons or RIPSTIX

    Description: POUND Rockout Workout: POUND®  uses lightly weighted drumsticks called RIPSTIX to create resistance as you drum along to the beat of different music genres.  Instead of listening to music, you become the music in this exhilarating full-body workout that combines cardio, conditioning, and strength training with yoga and Pilates-inspired movements.

    ***OPTIONAL You can purchase RIPSTIX at: https://poundfit.com



    Days: Mondays

    Times: 7:00p.m.-7:30p.m.

    Dates: January 25—March 29

    Location & Registration: Zoom Link—go.osu.edu/mansfieldVERAFLOW

    Price: Free for all CFAES Wooster, OSU-M, &  NCSC Faculty, Staff & Students with valid Campus ID

    Instructor: Lisa McManes

    What to Bring: Yoga Mat & Water

    Description: VeraFlow is a dance-based stretch class with mindfulness. It is a fun way of introducing flexibility and mobility training into your routine because of the dance elements.  It is all done to music.  Each class ends with a mindfulness session.  


  5. Go for a Ride on a BuckeyeBike!!

    Enjoy the great weather this week and reserve a bicycle from the SAC to go for a ride! BuckeyeBikes is now available.  The SAC has a fleet of 3 bicycles that can be checked out by CFAES Wooster students, faculty, and staff. Each bike reservation includes a helmet and u-lock.

    Reserving a BuckeyeBike

    • BuckyeBikes can be checked out at the SAC during open hours.
    • Individuals can reserve a bike for either a day or a weekend (Pick-up Friday and return Monday).
    • Reservations are FREE for all students, faculty, and staff of CFAES Wooster with a valid BuckID.
    • All bikes and equipment must be returned during SAC business hours at scheduled time.
    • Before reserving a bike, individuals will need to complete a waiver and watch a safety video

    To make a reservation, Online Reservation Form or visit the SAC!


    You will need to sign/review waiver upon bike pick-up.

    If you have any questions, contact Jodie Holava for more information.

    Bike Hand Signals and Safety Handout

    Want to ride, but not sure where to go??

    Here are a few locations to check out....

    • Explore CFAES Wooster campus
    • Ride over to Barnes Preserve (6 miles roundtrip)
      • When you get there rest awhile and check out some of the native plantings and wildlife before heading back!
    • Cycle the back way to Guerne Heights for a milkshake (3 miles roundtrip)
  6. Join the National Intercollegiate Parliamentary Association!

    Are you a college student who loves parliamentary procedure? As part of Parliamentary Law Month in April, the American Institute of Parliamentarians (AIP; https://aipparl.org/) is proud to support the Chapter Kick-Off of the National Intercollegiate Parliamentary Association (NIPA) and ALL are invited to attend! The Chapter Kick-Off will be on Monday, April 5th at 6:30pm EST on Zoom. NIPA is an effort organized by college students for college students interested in the study of parliamentary procedure. If you are (or know someone) enrolled in college, participating in a college or university club/organization, or involved in college student government, you should consider participating in this new organization.

    To receive the Zoom link, participants are asked to follow NIPA on Instagram (NIPA_IG) and complete the interest form! (or for folks not as insta savvy like me, here is a direct link). The students will be having a raffle for a $30 Visa Gift card.


  7. Greenhouse Club Succulent Sale

    The Greenhouse Club will be selling a variety of succulents for Easter ranging between $5 and $15. Pick up will be Tuesday March 30th from 9 am - 5 pm at the ATI Greenhouse Complex.  Pay in either exact cash or check. Weather permitting, orders will be placed on a table outside the ATI Greenhouse.

    To place your order online, https://forms.gle/sKw3CZRjoBoYfeu6A

    For more information contact Greenhouse Club President, Skylar Bauer.

  8. Student Org Essentials - Last Session!

    Essential Tips from Digital Flagship

    Through a partnership with the Digital Flagship, this spring's Student Org Essentials Series is designed to help you facilitate connection with prospective and current members by using innovative tech tools. In conjunction with the workshops, Digital Flagship will also highlight additional resources and ideas in the Student Org Insider throughout the semester. Sign up to attend Student Org Essentials to get hands-on guided practice with tools that can strengthen your organization and read the column below for more tips and support for your student organization from Digital Flagship.

    April 5 - Putting It All Together

    A university-supported tool is not only reviewed for both security and accessibility compliance, so everyone can feel comfortable with its use, but also comes with resources to help with their use. We’ve listed some resources below. 


  9. Ornament and Mask Sale - CFFA Fundraiser

    Help support CFFA and the Farmer to Farmer program!

    Selling laser engraved wooden ornaments for $5.00. All laser engraving was completed through the generosity of the Romich Foundation and completed with SOLAR ENERGY!

    A variety of sizes and patterned masks from $10.00

    Items are displayed and can be purchased at the SAC.


    All purchases help support Farmer to Farmer program organized by ATI faculty and students to aid women farmers in Ghana. All products from Ghana were made by those who benefit from the program. Any questions, contact Jenny Fischer.798.

  10. Produce Perks

    You Snap. We Match. It's the healthy way to stretch your SNAP.

    Shop with SNAP/EBT, get up to $25 free fruits & vegetables. Brought to you by: Produce Perks.  

    Learn more at produceperks.org!!

    Grocery stores match up to $25 per day!

    How It Works:

    1. Find a participating grocery near you.

    2. Shop with your SNAP/EBT Ohio Direction Card. For every $5 you spend, get a $5 Produce Perks coupon, up to $25 per day.

    3. Save the Produce Perks coupon on the bottom of your receipt. Use it on your next visit for (free) fresh fruits and vegetables.

    4. Get a new coupon each time you shop!!

    Participating grocery stores:

    Buehler's -Orrville

    Buehler's -Wooster Milltown

    Buehler's - Wooster Towne Market


  11. Instructional Break Reminder

    Just a reminder, the second instructional break is March 31-April 1 and there will be no classes.  Also, April 2 is a conversion day.  Classes that normally take place on Wednesdays will be held that day. 

    Enjoy the rest and relaxation!!

  12. 2021 Distinguished Senior Award Celebration

    To join the celebration on April 7th, click on (or go to): www.go.osu.edu/CFAES2021DSA   


  13. New Help with Food for College Students due to COVID-19

    If you have an Expected Family Contribution (EFC) of $0 as determined on your most recent Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), or if you are eligible for Federal Work Study, even if you are not participating, you may be eligible for $234 per month or more in SNAP! Your household income and other circumstances may
    impact your eligibility. To learn more and apply for $234 or more per month in funds to buy groceries, visit benefits.ohio.gov.

    View flyer

  14. Instructional Break Hours at Cafe Carmen

    CFAES CAFE will be closed during spring instructional break 3/31, 4/1, & 4/2.

    Café Carmen will be open 10am-3pm

    Serving lunch only! No breakfast option will be available for these 3 days only.

    Have a safe and relaxing break.

    Happy Easter!

  15. Complete your COVID-19 Testing & Be Entered to WIN PRIZES!!!

    Students who schedule and complete their weekly COVID-19 test will be eligible to be randomly selected for a variety of prizes, including gift cards, Main Street Wooster Downtown Dollars, and tech products!  Tech products include AirPods, AppleWatches and Bose Soundlinks!

    Those who test consistently will be entered to win larger prizes as well as an opportunity to win a MacBook at the end of the semester!

    Prizes will be randomly drawn on a weekly basis. Students should check their university email each week to see if they have been chosen. 

    You can read more about it on the university’s Safe and Healthy Buckeyes website: safeandhealthy.osu.edu/information/faculty-and-staff/testing/student-testing-program/covid-19-testing-incentives.  



  16. 1098-T's are Now Available!

    Looking ahead to April 20th?

    1098-T's are available for download in your Buckeye Link. 

    For more information click here!

  17. Financial Aid & Scholarships

    Learn more about 2021-2022 financial aid and scholarship updates, verification reminders, private loans for spring term, and emergency funding assistance.


    Financial Aid & Scholarships

    Although priority deadlines have passed for the 2021-2022 academic year, there are still opportunities available for financial aid and scholarships.

    1. Complete and submit the 2021-2022 FAFSA. Applications are accepted and processed after the deadline, on a funds available basis.  Federal school code: 003090 (Ohio State University – all campuses)
    2. Apply at ScholarshipUniverse and explore external scholarship opportunities. Internal scholarships have expired.  As you complete the questions, external scholarships that fit your criteria will populate for you to further complete and submit. 
    3. Search your local county community foundation (i.e. Wayne County Community Foundation) for scholarship opportunities.


    Verification Reminders:

    • Check your OSU webmail often for any email notifications from University Student Financial Aid or,
    • Log into Buckeye Link > My Financial Aid > 2022 Aid Year > To Do List.  If selected for verification, please complete and submit the forms requested by the due date(s) provided in order for your financial aid to be processed later this spring.


    Private Loan Information:

    View FASTChoice for private loan servicers and products.  There is still time to apply for a 2021 spring only loan if in need.


    COVID-19 Financial Assistance:

    Expenses such as food, housing, course materials, technology, health care and childcare.  Apply at: Emergency Request Form


    • Currently enrolled
    • Demonstrate financial need or hardship caused by COVID-19 (loss of job, reduced hours, inability to travel, family layoffs)
    • While a FAFSA is not required, you may be asked to complete one before your application is processed


    ATI Student Emergency Fund:

    If you are experiencing an unplanned financial emergency, the ATI Student Emergency Fund may be an option.

    • Students must be an undergraduate, enrolled at Ohio State ATI
    • Students must be in good academic standing with a minimum 2.0 GPA.  Extenuating circumstances may be evaluated
    • Students may make use of this fund one time per academic year
    • Documentation of need may be required
    • Students may be required to attend one academic coaching session and one financial counseling session



    Julia Morris.878@osu.edu or 330-287-1214, Coordinator of Student Financial Aid

    Katie LeMasters.27@osu.edu or 330-287-1235, Office of Academic Affairs Program Coordinator

  18. Thinking about Transition? Talk with Cate!

    Cate Hunko.1 the ATI Transition Counselor is holding Transition to Columbus information sessions.

    Please hop on to ask questions or listen to the process for campus change.

    Campus Change Request forms due now if you are planning to transition in AU21. 

    Join Zoom Meeting


    Contact Cate Hunko.1@osu.edu

  19. STEP Program - Find out more!!



    Graduated from high school in 2020-going on to Columbus to complete a Bachelor's degree-interested in getting $2000.00?? If so the STEP program could be for you.  Visit the STEP ATI website at https://ati.osu.edu/currentstudents/academics/step

    • The Second-Year Transformational Experience Program (STEP) is a one-of-a-kind opportunity created to enhance your success as a second-year student at OSU. ​

    •  Through interaction with a STEP Faculty Mentor and a small group of peers, you will have the opportunity to engage in a truly transformational experience across the course of your second year.  ​

    • Fall semester is focused on community building, goal setting, personal growth and identity exploration through engaging discussions and activities.  ​

    • In the spring semester, your Faculty Mentor will guide you through the process of crafting a proposal for a STEP Signature Project.​

    After looking at all the information PLEASE contact me Penny Nemitz at: nemitz.7@osu.edu for more information

  20. The Learning Lab is Here to Help!


    Don't forget the Learning Lab is up and running virtuall!!!!


    And we are using on-course to report and write notes as needed!!

    If you have any questions PLEASE feel free to email/call/zoom

    Be Safe

    Penny     nemitz.7@osu.edu


    Get to know our tutors...

    NovakHi, my name is Stephanie Novak and I am from Lisbon, OH. I am majoring in Biochemical Sciences. I’m able to help you with History, Music, Chemistry (1210-1220), and English but my strongest point is Math. I know that these are challenging times right now for all of us and I am here to lend a hand.

  21. Cunningham Appalachian Student Scholarship

    Dear Appalachian Students,

    The Community of Appalachian Student Leaders (CASL) is a student organization that aims to connect and engage students from the Appalachian region with fellow Appalachian students at The Ohio State University, while working towards developing our academic, professional, and leadership skills. It is our goal to build a student community through peer support and sharing our experiences from our rich region. Appalachian students at Ohio State often come from small, tight-knit, and rural communities. OSU is quite the opposite of this, and the transition to a campus this large can be difficult. In addition, our personal experiences do not always align with others. This can be very frustrating as a young adult and college student. Collectively, we can increase our sense of belonging, which will contribute to our academic success and carry on into the rest of our lives. Our goal is to help others, especially back home, do the same. Learn more about our group at https://u.osu.edu/appalachia/community-of-appalachian-student-leaders-casl/

    Cunningham Scholarship

    CASL will once again be helping award the Patricia Cunningham Scholarship. This fund is designated to provide scholarship opportunities to undergraduate students from Appalachian counties in honor of Dr. Patricia Cunningham, WGSS alumna, to further her pledge of increasing access to higher education for underrepresented students. This scholarship will be awarded based on academic merit and commitment to student leadership. Dr. Cunningham was a three-time graduate of Ohio State University and received her Bachelor of Arts in Women's Studies in 2002 going on to receive her doctorate in Education Policy and Leadership in 2011. She was the founder of the Appalachian Project Ohio which focused on pathways to education for Ohio State's Appalachian students. Dr. Patty dedicated her time, resources, and soul to serving underrepresented students both on and off-campus. She tirelessly worked to break down barriers for students to obtain a college education and pursue their endeavors beyond.


    A scholarship of up to $1,500 will be awarded for the 2020-2021 academic year. Applications will be reviewed based on academic merit and commitment to student leadership.

    Undergraduate students from the Appalachian region in any Arts and Sciences major are encouraged to apply by March 31, 2021. Students must be enrolled full-time during the 2021-2022 academic year to be eligible.


    Apply here: https://wgss.osu.edu/cunningham-scholarship-application

  22. CFAES Career Workshop - SENR Students LAST ONE!


    Especially for SENR Students: Internship Requirements

    Learn about internship requirements in the School of Environment and Natural Resources and how to conduct your internship search. Open to all SENR students.
    Questions: Hadella.1@osu.edu

    Monday, April 5th 4 – 5 PM


  23. Ask Me Anything!

  24. Internships

    OSU Waterman Dairy Farm is looking for ATI students who are interested in a paid summer internship and/or employment for 2021.  

    Work experience can be gained in the following on farm practices:
    Cattle Treatment
    Herd Checks
    Dairy Reproduction
    Heifer/Calf Management
    Pasture Management
    Equipment Maintenance
    Parlor Maintenance
    Crop Production
    Extension & Outreach
    For more detailed information pertaining to job opportunities please contact John or Bekah by Friday, April 2, 2021.

    To view full position description.

    ABS Global is now recruiting for a variety of exciting opportunities for our Summer 2021 intern positions! Depending on positions, internships are open to high-school grads or those pursuing a degree at an accredited technical college or university.  To view more info and openings CLICK HERE!

    AgCareers.com presents internship opportunities from valued partners!! Simply CLICK HERE to find current opportunities within each company overview.  You'll discover each organizations' job postings, and within that list you'll find internship openings!

    Witmer's Feed and Grain is offering a 2021 Summer Internship Opportunity with their Replacement Heifer Rearing Program

    For more information and details, check out the flyer!

    Hondros Hemp Farms has an internship opportunity for May - August 2021.  This is a paid internship located in Mt. Gilead, OH.  Application deadline is March 30, 2021.  CLICK HERE for more information and visit www.hondroshempfarms.com

    ArtiFlex: College Intern/Co-op  - PAID INTERNSHIP!!!

    Position Summary

    The College Intern/Co-op student will perform duties per rotational departmental assignment.  The Co-op student reports to the Manager or General Supervisor of the assigned department.  The job assignment per work session is determined by the Human Resource Director.

    Duties and Responsibilities

    The typical departments a Management Co-op may rotate through are: Human Resources, Quality, Continuous Improvement, Purchasing, Accounting, Finance, Sales, Engineering, and EHS (Environmental Health & Safety), Operations


    • High School Diploma
    • Current Junior or Senior in accredited college program
    • Ability to communicate orally and in writing
    • Ability to perform a wide variety of physical tasks
    • Proficiency in Microsoft Products

    Who you will work with:

    • All employees, departmental leaders, human resources department, external community contacts.

    Work Environment

    • The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
    • While performing the duties of this Job, the employee is frequently exposed to moving mechanical parts. The employee is occasionally exposed to fumes or airborne particles. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate.  Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) is provided and required to wear while on the shop floor.
    • Office regularly
    • Shop floor occasionally

    Physical Demands

    The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

    While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to talk or hear. The employee is frequently required to stand and walk. The employee is frequently required to sit; use hands to finger, handle, or feel; operate standard office equipment (including but not limited to computer, telephone, copier); reach with hands and arms; climb or balance; stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception and ability to adjust focus.

    Shift Hours

    • Hours will vary based on student and business needs

    Why work for ArtiFlex Manufacturing?

    This is a paid student intern/co-op position based in Wooster, OH. We are looking for students who are ready to embark on a variety of real world work experiences through rotational job assignments.  The job assignments will vary based on the department rotation. As a student intern/co-op you will have the opportunity participate and lead project assignments, collaborate with employees company-wide, and take part in professional development opportunities.

    Our paid student intern/co-op positions will work either part-time or full-time based on student and business needs. Benefits as a paid student intern co-op:

    • $20 - $22 per hour
    • Flexible schedule options
    • 3 vacations days per semester
    • Free Fitness Zone membership
    • Students may qualify for furnished housing assistance

    Company Description https://www.artiflexmfg.com/careers

    Innovation isn’t just what we do. It’s who we are. ArtiFlex Manufacturing designs and builds products and solutions for companies with tough challenges by employing people with a willingness and ability to be “Innovative. Problem Solving. Partners.”

    To do this, we support and embody a vision of safely growing our people and unleashing their full potential because we see greatness in everyone we hire. Better products and services for our customers result from the dedicated development of our employees. That’s our culture.

    Imagine your possibilities with ArtiFlex and apply to one of our current openings or submit your resume or application for consideration to future openings.

    Loudonville Farmers Equity has an internship opportunity for Summer of 2021!

    Working outdoors with our agronomy team!

    Loudonville Farmers Equity is a farmer owned cooperative in southern Ashland County Ohio, serving our area farmers since 1915. We are now taking internship applications for the summer of 2021. The internship opportunities that we are offering are with our agronomy team. You will have the opportunity to help farmers maximize their crops potential with our Certified Crop Advisors. You will gain experience from observing their interactions with our customers and of course their crop management recommendations. During peak planting you will work daily with our operations manager getting seeds, fertilizers, and crop protection products delivered to our farmer customers and also help our crew of custom planters, side dressers, dry spreaders, and sprayers. We have found that some of our customers have come to rely on us to get most all of their crop work done for them so they can focus on their livestock operations. This past year we covered over 68,000 acres of custom fieldwork out of our single location in Loudonville. We all work with the drive and pride that we have for our own family farms as we serve our community.

    If you are interested in learning more about what you can expect from your internship at Loudonville Farmers Equity, please contact me by email, text, or phone call. I look forward each year to helping young ag professionals gain experience to be the best they can be!

    Best Regards, Jon Spreng

    CEO/General Manager Email: jspreng@lfe.bz Cell#: 419-571-3470

    The American Angus Association’s field services team is excited to announce that we are offering a fall internship designed to enhance a student’s abilities to build effective relationships, craft a promotional strategy, and learn about the Angus business and cattle industry as a whole. From assisting with herd visits to securing advertising in the Angus Journal and Angus Beef Bulletin, providing insight to producers and more, the regional manager intern will gain valuable hands-on, real-world experience in the Angus business. Applicants should have a basic understanding of the cattle industry, be eager to learn, and have a willingness to travel.

    We are accepting applications from college juniors or seniors studying animal science, agricultural business or other agricultural-related major. Candidates should be outgoing, able to work well with all types of people and be a self-starter.

    The internship begins in August and extends through early December. The intern would be based at the American Angus Association headquarters in St. Joseph, Mo., with numerous opportunities to travel to different regions of the country. Specific start and end dates will be negotiated depending on the applicant’s availability. The intern will be expected to travel and some weekend work may be required.


    • Assist regional managers in making herd visits in various regions across the country

    • Promote the Angus breed and represent the American Angus Association by attending production sales, AngusLink audits and other events

    • Communicate with producers and recommend management practices, with the advice of the Director of Member Services, Director of Field Services and regional managers

    • Assist breeders in getting started in the Angus business

    • Aide in securing advertising for the Angus Journal and Angus Beef Bulletin

    Intern Can Expect To:

    • Develop a better understanding of the Angus business and cattle industry as a whole

    • Enhance relationship-building skills and leave with countless connections across the country

    • Be an active extension of the field services and Association staff

    • Become well-rounded in agricultural industry relations
    • Attend various events and travel with regional manager staff throughout the internship duration

    How to Apply:

    Please submit a cover letter and résumé to careers@angus.org no later than May 1, 2021

    Summer Agronomy Internship

    The position will be full time lasting the duration of the summer break.

    Tasks will include agronomy work and scouting on a 10,000 acre family farm.  We grow corn, soybeans and wheat.

    Our location is 9800 Township Rd 179, Kenton, OH 43326

    Contact:  Trent Watkins    watkinstw@gmail.com


  25. Job Postings - New Positions Added Weekly!


    If you are interested in on-campus student employment, students now go through Workday.

    If you need assistance or have questions, contact frazier.398@osu.edu.

    OARDC Greehhouse

    The OARDC Greenhouse is looking to hire a student worker to assist in: Maintaining equipment and greenhouses in the Horticulture and Crop Science Department on the OARDC campus: 1. Plant, water, fertilizes, and maintains greenhouse plants per specifications for each research project 2. Prepares soil mixes; mixes and applies fertilizers 3. Install and maintains irrigation systems; participates in designing modification and/or adaptations to irrigation system to meet specific needs. 4. Help take down and hang new lights 5. Cleans and maintains greenhouse and growth chamber facilities(sweeping and hosing greenhouse rooms and hallways, washing pots, dumping trash) 6. Integrated pest management (IPM) in existing crop-protection techniques and strategies to control pests and disease.

    If interested please use the link to apply:


    Loyer Farms

    Loyer Farms near Marion, OH is in need of farm help.  We are a family farm that raises corn, beans, wheat, hay, straw and cattle.  We farm about 2800 acres. We utilize modern technology with auto steer, GPS, yield monitors, etc.  We use cutting edge ideas when planning our chemical and fertilizer programs and we care about doing things in a manner that is the best for the soil. 

    Duties would include:

        Operating JD & Case tractors, heavy machinery, backhoe, etc

        Driving semi’s – hauling grain and fertilizer.

        Running the grain cart & helping during harvest.

        Tending the planters during planting season.

        Baling straw & hay.

        Servicing & fixing equipment in our shop.

        And anything else that needs done around the farm.

    Experience operating equipment is required.  Salary is based on experience. The hours can be long, the work can be hard but if you love farming, this job could be for you! 

    Respond to loyerfarms8010@gmail.com

    OSU Waterman Dairy Farm 

    Looking for ATI students who are interested in a paid summer internship and/or employment for 2021.  

    Work experience can be gained in the following on farm practices:
    Cattle Treatment
    Herd Checks
    Dairy Reproduction
    Heifer/Calf Management
    Pasture Management
    Equipment Maintenance
    Parlor Maintenance
    Crop Production
    Extension & Outreach

    For more detailed information pertaining to job opportunities please contact John or Bekah by Friday, April 2, 2021.

    To view full position description.

    Select Sires Order Operations Specialist

    Select Sires, Inc. seeks a detail-oriented Order Operations Specialist to become a vital member of the order operations team and support marketing department activities. CLICK HERE to view full job posting.

    Student Summer Help - Horticulture Unit Farm

    Looking for student help on the Horticultural Unit Farm starting mid-April. Duties include maintaining grounds with zero turn mower, running a line trimmer, helping with planting and maintenance of research projects, and other assigned tasks. For more information https://hr.osu.edu/careers/ 

    OARDC-Wooster  Viticulture (grape growing) Position

    Worker will assist full-time staff and graduate students in the field of viticulture (grape growing) to help maintain our Wooster vineyard (off-site vineyard work possible).  Position to include working with vines in the greenhouse setting as well as field work which includes all weather conditions (heat/rain).  Some lifting involved as well as collection of data, data entry, juice analysis and harvesting of crop. In addition to vineyard work, other training opportunities in the lab include the following:

    - Grapevine physiology (biotic and abiotic stress)

    - Grapevine biology (biochemistry, tissue culture, genetic transformation)

    - Controlled environment (high tunnel, greenhouse, rain shelter, etc)

    - Soil health/mulching


    Valid drivers license.  Horticulture training is desired.  Knowledge of Windows environment (Word, Excel, Power Point) Email Dr. Imed Dami (Dami.1@osu.edu) for more information

    Student Research Assistant with the Vegetable Production Systems Lab

    Horticulture and Crop Science at OARDC has an exciting part-time position available for someone interested in contributing to horticultural research that will help farmers. The person joining our team will have an opportunity to expand and improve their job-related experience and skills. A flexible work schedule that allows the person to satisfy school and other commitments is possible and the position is within walking distance of ATI. If you are interested in vegetable and horticulture-related research, in both conventionally and organically management systems, developing information and education products useful to farmers, working indoors and outdoors, including fall and winter months, working as part of a team, or when necessary, independently on specific tasks, enjoy doing hands-on work, including some physical tasks then this may be the position for you!! To view the full job posting visit, https://osu.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/OSUCareers/job/Wooster-Campus/student-assistant_R7630-1

    Garden Student Assistant Position (R9169)

    The Horticulture Division has two student positions open for summer.  24 - 30 hours per week.

    Student gardening assistants will help plant the campus learning gardens, as well as decorative flower bed installations at building entrances, parking lots and entry signs.  Gardening assistants will work under the supervision of the Staff Floriculturist and Staff Horticulturist to maintain plantings to the highest level of horticultural standards. These students will cater to each gardens’ unique needs as the seasons progress. The students will perform planting, mulching, watering, labeling, weeding, and deadheading; all necessary duties required in maintaining a healthy garden environment. These gardens will serve in the education of horticulture students across all disciplines, along with the enjoyment and education of the general public. To view position flyer, click here.

    Contact Heather Bauder: bauder.20@osu.edu or Shane Berner: berner.23@osu.edu if interested. 

    Finishing Area Manager

    Shoup Brothers Farm LLC is hiring individual to assist with pre-pig placement inspections, provide technical guidance for animal production and transportation, assist with overstock movements and inventory control, assist with overall animal flow and understand its effect on production and financial performance, problem solving and administrative duties (i.e. maintenance concerns, production records, etc.), provide recommendations to the farm team in meeting production and financial targets, ensure the health and well-being of all animals in terms of nutrition, medication and environment, develop and adhere to all standard operating procedures and ensure that all contract growers do the same, monitor and resolve all farm maintenance needs at owned/contracted grower sites, regular communication with upper management, farm owners and growers, follow all safety rules and practices while encouraging coworkers and contract growers to do the same, assist when needed in other finishing activities such as loading, vaccinating, washing, daily chores, etc., perform all other activities and responsibilities as defined by the owners


    • Beginning  Hourly $15-$18/hr., Min 40 hrs./week, Every other weekend off, Every other Friday off, Family Health coverage, Paid Vacation Policy, Paid Personal and Sick Days Policy, Retirement 401K

    Contact ds4pork@zoominternet.net for more information.

    Ag Mechanics/Power Technologies Instructor

    Wayne County Schools Career Center is accepting applications for an Ag Mechanics/Power Technologies Instructor. To read full position requirements and qualifications, visit here.

    Landscape Technician

    Tournoux Landscape Service (Canton, OH) is looking to hire self-motivated, trustworthy, dependable individuals with knowledge in the landscaping field. Must have 2 year experience in the green industry. Drivers license required. The pay range depends upon experienc $15-$20/hour.

    For more details visit HERE!

    Landscape Labor Positions

    Impullitti Landscaping (Burton, OH) is offering manual labor positions with no experience required. 50+ hours and two locations to work from on the East and West side of Cleveland. Starting wages are $16.35/hour. For more information visit https://enjoytheview.com/careers.

    Idyl Wild Farms Loudonville

    Wanted weekend help on dairy farm. If you are interested in feeding calves, feeding cows, and outside chores please contact JoAnne Weber (419-565-3550). We would love to have you be part of our team!

    Mohican Hills Golf Club - Seasonal- Help Wanted!

    We are looking for anyone interested in working at Mohican Hills Golf Course. Would be working maintaining sand traps, cutting cups, and mowing.  Must be reliable and responsible. 20 to 40 hours a week. If interested, please contact JoAnne Weber (owner) to set up an interview. Email: office.mohicanhillsgolfclub@gmail.com or call 419-368-3303.

    Full-time Repair Production Manager in Wooster

    Hands-on job that requires good mechanical and tool skills, management and leadership traits, and general accounting and back office tasks/responsibilities. Looking for someone who wants to approach the work as if it was their own small business.

    For more information visit, https://careers-kamandistribution.icims.com/jobs/5923/production-manager/job?mode=view

    Full-time Feeder and Miscellaneous Maintenance Position

    Looking to hire a full time feeder and miscellaneous maintenance person. Hours would be 7-5 on average, more or less given the time of year and every other weekend off. Starting pay is $14 per hour. 

    Kevin Spreng is the owner and operator of several dairy farms located in the Shreve area of southwestern Wayne County, Ohio.  Some of the farm names are Willow Brook Dairy and Idyl Brook.  Keven is a younger, very progressive dairy farm operator.  If interested in this employment opportunity, please contact Kevin at kspreng11@gmail.com

    Farm Operations Manager Needed

    Matthys Farm Market, located in South Bend, IN, a farming operation and retail business is looking for an individual seeking an opportunity to manage, operate and maintain our family farm. Interested candidates must have full knowledge of vegetable and grain farming, skilled in equipment maintenance, valid driver's license and willing to relocate this crop year.

    Get to know us: www.matthysfarmmarket.com  or Facebook:  Matthys Farm Market

    Send resume to:  john.matthysfarmmarket@gmail.com

    Bristol/Catalpadale Dairy 

    Calf Herd Duties

    -Knowledgeable of heifer disease and injury treatment

    -Observe overall health of heifer herd and treat as needed

    -Feeding of calf herd, birth to 4 months of age

    -Treat/vaccinate calves (IV, injections, orals)

    -Record keeping

    -Ability to operate machinery, truck/trailer

    -Assist vet when needed

    -Able to work with a team

    -Assist with bedding and housing cleanliness as well as sanitization of feeding equipment

    -Move calves to appropriate pens during life span

    -Eartagging and notching

    -Other duties as assigned

    We seek a candidate that is motivated, responsible, dependable, a good communicator, a self-starter, demonstrates initiative, is pro-active, can take direction, and is willing to learn.

    If interested, please contact Tristan Ramseyer at ramseyer35@gmail.com

    Local Dairy Farm Help Wanted

    Help wanted on a local dairy farm milking cows and feeding calves.  We are located 10 minutes from school and need help with morning and evening chores.  Will work with school schedules.  We milk 200 registered Holsteins and raise our own replacement heifers. If interested please e-mail use at wilsan5693@yahoo.com or call Brett at 330-317-3361 or Sandy at 330-317-3362.  Our address is 5693 Back Orville Rd. Wooster, OH 44691

    Weaver Leather Now Hiring!

    Weaver Leather, located in Mount Hope, is in need of part-time help in the warehouse and manufacturing divisions. They are offering VERY flexible schedules. If interested please fill out an application or send your resume to,

    Attn: Human Resources Manager

    Weaver Leather, LLC

    7540 CR 201

    P.O. Box 68

    Mt. Hope, Ohio 44660-0068


    Cafe Carmen is Hiring for Spring Semester!

    Starting rate is $9.50 an hour with a free meal each shift. Please apply online at https://dining.osu.edu/student-employment/  and upload your class schedule.

    Sterling Heights Dairy

    Sterling Heights dairy is looking for help at their heifer farm located approximately 15 minutes from the ATI campus.  Tasks would involve feeding calves, milking, and feeding heifers among other things.  If interested please call or text Mark Saal at 330-347-7502.