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Iowa State University Extension and Outreach: Mitchell County

ISU Extension and Outreach in Mitchell County serves Iowans through five program areas: Agriculture and Natural Resources, Business and Industry, Communities, Families, 4-H Youth Development.
ISU Extension and Outreach in Mitchell County serves as a resource to individuals and groups through publications, local workshops, and other program opportunities.

Join our team:  
  • Work in professional team atmosphere associated with educational program development and delivery.
  • Work with diverse (age, gender, economic class, ethnic) audience at the community level.
  • Become familiar with county Extension office procedures, responsibilities, and staff.
  • Develop skills in time management, prioritizing.
  • Participate in a high performing system where staff and community volunteers work closely to achieve common goals.
  • Participate in a network that will provide a variety of experiences, mentoring, feedback, and clear communications throughout the internship.

Additional details/application can be found here:  Summer Intern Position Description and Application (PDF or Word)



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County News

Elderly man with cane
April 18, 2019
This highly interactive three-session program is designed to help participants recognize the symptoms of Parkinson’s Disease (PD), to understand what causes PD, and how treatments work. The program will also describe what therapeutic activities can be done in the home.
Each 45-minute session will be led by ISU Extension and Outreach Field Specialist, Brenda Schmitt,  who is a trained class leader.




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What Do We Do? We Serve All Iowans

Watch what happens when we invite some ISU Extension and Outreach staff to Hilton Coliseum for a conversation about what they really do. As they ask each other questions, they reach one conclusion: We serve all Iowans.  

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