Extension News — Summer Programming 4-H Interns | Announce

(Top left photo: L–R) Ellie Babcock, Stephanie Stephens and Jacie Pelikan;  (Bottom left photo: L–R) Matthan Sigowa, William Carbino and Taylor Sorensen;  (Right photo) Krista Price
(Top left photo: L–R) Ellie Babcock, Stephanie Stephens and Jacie Pelikan; (Bottom left photo: L–R) Matthan Sigowa, William Carbino and Taylor Sorensen; (Right photo) Krista Price

Each summer, student interns join the Lancaster County 4-H staff.

Three full-time EXTENSION INTERNS help with ongoing summer programming, including contests, Lancaster County Super Fair and other activities.
• Ellie Babcock assists with static exhibits and contests. She is an upcoming junior at University of Nebraska–Lincoln.
• Stephanie Stephens assists with the livestock, dog and poultry projects. She is an upcoming senior at UNL.
• Jacie Pelikan assists with the horse, rabbit, cat and household pet projects. She is an upcoming junior at UNL.

Three NEAR-PEER STEM DISCOVERY INTERNS serve through a collaboration with Nebraska Extension 4-H Youth Development and identified 21st Century Community Learning Center (CLC) sites. The interns engage youth during out-of-school time at CLCs and other educational 4-H programs.
• Matthan Sigowa is from Lincoln and is an upcoming junior at UNL.
• William Carbino is from Lake Helen, Fla. and is an upcoming senior at UNL.
• Taylor Sorensen is from Fremont and is an upcoming senior at UNL.

One WHY WE SCIENCE THROUGH 4-H GRANT INTERN presented the iGrow program to youth.
• Krista Price is from Grand Island and is an upcoming sophomore at UNL.

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