They say you can lead a horse to water, but you can’t make it drink.
Similarly, while I can direct you toward a great job opportunity, I can’t necessary make you apply.
Members of the National 4-H Council
likely have a few tricks up their sleeves when dealing with stubborn livestock
, but where the youth organization’s public relations are concerned, it may need to depend on you for that.
Although 4-H generally embraces a “learn by doing
” kind of approach, its new public relations manger
will need to bring some preliminary skills along with them.
Based in Maryland, this marketing and communications leader will serve on a cross-functional team responsible for planning and maintaining 4-H outreach efforts, as well as promoting the brand and its donor relations programs.
Ideal candidates should have PR experience—preferably in a non-profit setting—with a proven track record of overseeing projects, fundraising endeavors, and the design of various messages, pitches, and campaigns to help the group and its clubs secure media coverage.
Though there are a number of ways to get involved
, parties interested in this particular opportunity should click here
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