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Baltimore City Hort Position

>Date: Thu, 30 Nov 2000 12:27:54 -0500
>From: Diane Relf <pdrelf@VT.EDU>
>Subject: Baltimore City Hort Position
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>>Below for your information or interest is a position
>>vacancy announcement for a Faculty Extension Assistant,
>>Urban Horticulturist.....
>>                      POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT
>>                      URBAN HORTICULTURIST
>>POSITION:  Faculty Extension Assistant - Non-Tenured Track
>>           Urban Horticulturist
>>LOCATION:  Baltimore City Extension Office
>>The Urban Horticulturist will provide
>>leadership to the Maryland Cooperative Extension's
>>gardening program, greening and environmental education
>>efforts in Baltimore City.  The person will be responsible
>>-Providing horticulture and related subject matter
>>education to residents
>>via the City's Cooperative Extension through the Master
>>Gardener volunteer program.
>>-Promote and assist the development of community gardens in
>>collaboration with city agencies, community groups and
>>Extension volunteers.
>>-Consult with Regional Specialist at the Home & Garden
>>Information Center for subject matter guidance.
>>-Work with faculty, staff and advisory groups to conduct a
>>total Extension Service program in Baltimore City.
>>Minimum requirement - bachelor's degree in horticulture or
>>related field. 3 years horticultural experience. Good
>>communication and organizational skills.  Must be a self
>>starter and able to work with diverse groups of people.
>>Volunteer leadership or community organization experience
>>helpful. Computer literacy is required.
>>SALARY:  Commensurate with experience. Benefits available.
>>APPLICATION DEADLINE:  Closing date:  January 5, 2001
>>or until suitable candidate is found. For full
>>consideration, applicants should submit a resume,
>>transcripts and three letters of reference by deadline to:
>>                Gwendolyn B. Jackson, CFCS
>>                City Extension Director
>>                Maryland Cooperative Extension
>>                17 S. Gay Street
>>                Baltimore, MD 21202
>>   The University System of Maryland is and EEO and
>>           Affirmative Action organization.
>Diane Relf, PhD, HTM
>Professor and Extension Specialist
>Department of Horticulture 0327
>Virginia Tech
>Blacksburg, VA 24061
>Phone 540/231-9279   FAX 540/231-3083
org:University of Maryland Coop. Ext.;Home and Garden Information Center
adr:;;12005 Homewood Road;Ellicott City, MD  21042;;;
title:Reg. Spec., Fruits & Veg./State MG Coord.
fn:Home and Garden Information Center Web Site

Tom Tyler
Extension Agent - Environmental Horticulture
Virginia Cooperative Extension - Arlington County
3308 S. Stafford St.
Arlington, VA 22206

703-228-6423 (P)
703-228-6407 (F)
E-Mail: ttyler@vt.edu

President, American Community Gardening Association:

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