Extension Dodge County Welcomes 4-H Summer Intern

Extension Dodge County welcomes Heather Rynearson as the 4-H Youth Development Summer Intern for 2019.

Rynearson was been involved in Dodge County 4-H as a youth member since the age of six and currently as an adult volunteer leader in the Watertown Badgers 4-H Club. According to Rynearson, “4-H has always been a big part of my life and a huge part of who I am. I look forward to this unique opportunity and what I can do to work with this incredible organization in a more professional way.”

Rynearson recently completed her senior year at UW-Whitewater studying Early Childhood and Special Education. Next fall, she will be student teaching full time and scheduled to graduate in December of 2019. While at UW-Whitewater, Rynearson served as both Vice President and President of the on-campus organization C.A.R.E (Creative and Resourceful Educators), an organization created to advocate for children and families through philanthropic work throughout and around the community. Rynearson is excited to be serving in this position and looks forward to working and learning with 4-H Youth Development in Division of Extension, Dodge County.

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