Innovate & Create
Be a Leader In Your Community.
Find a Career You Love.
Join a team of faculty and partners throughout the state helping to create innovative solutions to solve pressing issues facing Nebraskans. With 84 offices across the state, Extension faculty become a voice in their local community. Turn your passion into a career helping Nebraska to succeed.
- 4-H Youth Development (Harlan County)
- 4-H Youth Development (Dodge County)
- Livestock Systems (Holt County)
- Food, Nutrition & Health (Antelope County)
- 4-H Youth Development (Keith County)
- 4-H Youth Development (Dawson County)
- Food, Nutrition and Health/NEP - Evaluation (Statewide)
- Rural Prosperity Nebraska (Pierce County)
- Water & Cropping Systems (Dodge County)
- Water & Cropping Systems (Burt County)
- Food, Nutrition and Health (Morrill County)
- Livestock Systems (Nance County)
- Rural Prosperity Nebraska (Lincoln County)
- Agricultural Profitability (Southeast NE)
- Food, Nutrition and Health (Brown County)
- Early Childhood (Dawes County)
- Water and Cropping Systems (Red Willow County)
- Water and Cropping Systems (Clay County)
- Water and Cropping Systems (Colfax County)
- Rural Prosperity Nebraska (Washington County)
- Nutrition Education Program (Lancaster County)
- Nutrition Education Program (Douglas & Sarpy counties)
Summer Internship Program
Discover Your Future
Enjoy your summer basking in all the great state of Nebraska has to offer while you play a vital role in the development of Nebraska Extension programs. Get teaching under your belt as you plan, execute and evaluate your own educational program in the community. You will develop a variety of necessary skills for leadership in teaching, technology, presentations, recruitment, and personal interactions with diverse audiences. You will gain innumerable experiences while also double-dipping in getting paid and earning college credit.
Extension is everywhere with offices in almost every county in Nebraska. Each spring, locations are determined based on the interests of interns and supervisors. You might work in multiple counties or split your appointment between rural and urban areas. These internships run for 3 months and are open to sophomores, juniors, or graduate students, if allowed by the department.Coming soon for 2024