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Jobs and Volunteers

July 2022:  We currently have 1 professional full time positions available.  Information is below. 

Nutrition and Local Foods Resource Educator:  If you have a background in nutrition, agriculture or public health we want to hear from you !  Works with staff and volunteers to develop programs in general nutrition, farm to school, farmers’ market nutrition program, and consumer sciences program areas. The position description can be found here.  Some exp and MS is req.  Application directions are available here. Please do not forward any application materials to the local office, please follow directions at the jobs website. If you have any problems submitting your application using the directions, then contact the office. Applications will be accepted until a applicant is chosen.

(Applications are now closed for the position below.)

4-H Youth Development Team Leader:   Thank you for applying, this position is filled!

Temp Program Coordinator I - (Applications are closed.)

The 4-H Youth Development Program Coordinator will help as a team member to coordinate, plan, organize and implement activities relating to 4-H Youth Development programs for Cornell Cooperative Extension of Wayne County, especially Camp Beechwood and County Fair activities.  Full position description can be found here.

  • For future regular positions, they must be applied for using the directions at the weblinks.  If you are having difficulty accessing the website, please contact the office. 
  • We accept job inquiries through the year. We are particularly interested in people with a nutrition background and may have additional nutrition positions open in the future. Please click here for a general nutrition  position description.
  • Other Employment opportunities with Cornell Cooperative Extension.

We also seek people who are interested in volunteering on a regular basis.  Please call the office if you are interested.

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person shall be denied admission to any educational program or activity or be denied employment on the basis of any legally prohibited discrimination involving, but not limited to, such factors as race, color, religion, political beliefs, national or ethnic origin, sex, gender/gender identity, transgender status, sexual orientation, age, marital or family status, protected veterans and individuals with disabilities. Cornell Cooperative Extension is committed to the maintenance of affirmative action programs that will assure the continuation of such equality of opportunity."

Last updated July 11, 2022