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Diversity, Equity and Inclusion May 18, 2018 Print Friendly and PDF
The listings below will take you to the respective institution's employment job postings page, or a link where more information can be found. On those pages will be listings of open positions at that institution. You can follow the procedures on each page for inquiring about a specific position.
  • Extension Educator Development Program, Purdue University: The Extension Development program will teach the basics of employment as a County Extension Educator. Extension Educators provide the link to Land Grant University research and resources for Indiana residents by creating innovative learning opportunities that address local issues. Dedicated to helping improve the quality of life for current and future residents, Educators collaborate with local, county and state agencies, partner organizations, businesses, schools and fellow Educators to analyze needs; develop, implement and oversee vibrant and sustainable research-based educational programs; and provide resources and expertise to the local community. Please follow the link:
  • Extension Educator, Community Development: The Purdue Extension Community Development (CD) Educator plays a vital in delivering a mix of educational programs that are customized to meet the critical needs of communities and neighborhoods in Tippecanoe County. The core areas of focus may include a combination one or more of the following: (1) strengthening the civic vitality of communities/neighborhood by improving their leadership and public engagement skills or local residents and organizations; (2) enhancing the capacity of local people and community-minded organizations to work together to address key issues and opportunities through strategic planning, grant-writing, and improved facilitation skill building; (3) advancing the economic opportunities in communities and/or neighborhoods by building on their local economic assets, such as entrepreneurship and business retention/expansion; (4) delivering information and educational programs to elected and appointed local government officials on important policy topics; and (5) expanding the quality of life amenities of communities/neighborhoods through the improvement of public spaces, community health/well-being, and access to locally-sourced foods. Please follow this link:
  • Executive Director of Extension: Montana State University (MSU) seeks nominations and applications for the position of Executive Director of MSU Extension. Founded in 1893, Montana State University is a comprehensive Land Grant University with over 18,000 students system-wide with campuses in Bozeman, Billings, Great Falls and Havre. It has widespread Extension programs and is committed to the land grant mission of providing the services of the university to citizens and youth throughout the state MSU Extension has a field faculty staff of 90 Extension Agents representing every county in the state and four Indian Reservations with 50 specialized faculty and professional staff located in Bozeman and other locations. Program offerings include agriculture, energy and natural resources, 4-H youth development, family and consumer sciences, and community and economic development. MSU Extension Programs focus on bringing university research and services to local communities via county agents with support from statewide specialists. The total state, county and federal budget for FY13 was about $14 million of which over 40% is funded through a partnership with Montana counties. For additional information see the web site
  • Assistant, Associate Professor of Exercise and Nutrition Sciences: The Milken Institute School of Public Health has a diverse and growing faculty, with approximately $80 million in research funding. As the only school of public health in the nation's capital, faculty and students have a unique opportunity to work closely with government agencies such as the National Institutes of Health, the US Department of Agriculture and the National Cancer Institute, as well as the numerous non-governmental organizations that are headquartered in the metropolitan DC area.
  •  Assistant Director of the Program for Research on Youth Development and Engagement (PRYDE) is an innovative hub for research-practice partnerships working to improve the lives of youth. PRYDE features four key initiatives: supporting youth development researchers in conducting translational projects, building and maintaining mutually-beneficial relationships with practitioners across New York State, training Cornell students in translational research, and involving youth in research and evidence-based programs. Please follow the link here:

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This work is supported by the USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture, New Technologies for Ag Extension project.