Molly Brandt

Molly Brandt

Choosing CASNR was a great decision.  Not only did I further develop my agricultural knowledge and skills, but I also cultivated essential interpersonal skills. 

As a Agricultural Education-Leadership student, I got to work in the ALEC department where I developed strong connections with the faculty.  I got to continue my FFA involvement in college by attending national conventions, serving as an UNL FFA Alumni Officer, and working as a CDE student coordinator.  

After an outstanding internship experience in Hamilton and Merrick County Extension offices, I knew that Extension was what I wanted to pursue for a career.  I now work in the State 4-H office until I attend grad school in the fall....through the CASNR Applied Science program!  CASNR is exactly where I am supposed to be.  

Major:  Agricultural Education & Applied Science
Year:  Graduated 2014
Current Employer:  State 4-H Office, Graduate Student
Notable Activities:
Hamilton & Merrick County (Neb.) Extension Offices