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For Immediate Release

Arkansas Farm Bureau appoints summer interns 2010

5/26/2010 at 12:00 a.m.


Two college students begin 12-week stints

LITTLE ROCK — Two college students are now getting work experience as summer interns with Arkansas Farm Bureau.

Tara L. Johnson, 20, is the Public Relations intern. She is the daughter of Thomas and Linda Johnson of Lead Hill (Boone County). Johnson is a junior at the University of Arkansas and is pursuing a bachelor’s degree in agricultural communications.

“I’m ready to immerse myself into the various experiences Arkansas Farm Bureau has to offer. This internship will not only provide valuable work experience but also insight into future career options,” Johnson said.

LaShainea A. Bettis, 22, is the intern for Farm Bureau’s Organization and Member Programs, Governmental Affairs, and the Commodity and Regulatory Affairs departments. She is the daughter of Jeff and Kim Bettis of Quitman (Cleburne County). Bettis plans to graduate in December with an agricultural business degree from Arkansas State University’s Beebe campus.

“I look forward to broadening my perspective of future career possibilities and working closely with the strong role models of Arkansas Farm Bureau,” Bettis said.

The 12-week internship will provide each intern with work experience related to their respective degrees.

 

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Tara L. Johnson

 

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LaShainea A. Bettis

 

Arkansas Farm Bureau is a nonprofit, private advocacy organization of more than 220,000 families throughout the state working to improve farm and rural life.

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For more information contact:

Gregg Patterson
gregg.patterson@arfb.com
(501) 228-1282
PO Box 31, Little Rock 72203

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