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1950Brutus - Nebraska rancher slams Bill de Blasio for his proposal to ban carriage horses - Quincy, IL News - Qu
New York will need to change it's nickname to something other than the BIG ROAD APPLE.
XBgCty - Wentzville Obamacare contractor paid 13,000 hours of overtime - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Obama has sure helped in that, while he is in office the rich have gotten MUCH richer, and the middle class poorer. Wages down since he has been in office. Jobs are up, Obama says, fails to say they almost ALL part-time. Company has 30 full time employees before Obamacare, now has 50 employees, 3 full time, 47 part time. HEY employment is up. Less people working since WWII, yet population has grown.…
xplorer37 - Darin LaHood announces candidacy - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
This article is used to make a point in his bio that Sen LaHood is "considered" as more conservative than his moderate father.
pjohnf - The Establishment and the Tea Party Face Off in Illinois - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Being led by the likes of Reid, Pelosi and Obama is not being represented in DC. Boehner doesn't seem to be able to tell a lot of his people how to vote as opposed to the democrats who follow in lock step with the Obama, Reid and Pelosi cabal.
pjohnf - 6 men arrested in Minnesota worked for almost year to join ISIS - US attorney - Quincy, IL News - Qu
Seems the junior varsity, ISIS, according to Obama, has a long reach.

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Fall internship opportunities with IL Corn

1 year ago From IL Corn

IL Corn is seeking qualified college students with backgrounds in or interest in agriculture to fill our fall 2014 internships.  Two internship opportunities exist: social media and video production.  Deadline to apply for these exciting opportunities is May 15.

The IL Corn Social Media Internship is an opportunity for students to engage on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, You Tube, and blogs on behalf of agriculture with a goal of increasing non-farmer understanding of farmers and farming methods. The internship is structured like an independent project; students can complete the internship from any college campus in Illinois with only two required visits to Bloomington. Deadline to apply for this opportunity is May 15.

SOCIAL MEDIA INTERNSHIP SUMMARY

SOCIAL MEDIA INTERNSHIP APPLICATION

The IL Corn Video Production Internship is an opportunity for students with video production skill sets to script, shoot, edit, and produce videos that increase non-farmer understanding of farmers and farming methods. This internship requires regular office hours in Bloomington, IL and thus is best suited for students at Illinois State University, Illinois Wesleyan University, and Heartland Community College, although all students are welcome to apply and IL Corn seeks to be flexible with qualified students outside of Bloomington-Normal. Deadline to apply for this opportunity is May 15.

VIDEO INTERNSHIP SUMMARY

VIDEO INTERNSHIP APPLICATION

For more information, or to submit your application materials, email Lindsay Mitchell at lmitchell@ilcorn.org.

 


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