Chatham County Welcomes Gracean Hoesli, NC State Summer Intern

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Gracean Hoesli, NCSU Student Intern, serving in the Chatham County Center for Summer 2022.

Gracean Hoesli, NCSU Student Intern, serving in the Chatham County Center for Summer 2022.

Pittsboro, N.C. – NC State Extension announced that Gracean Hoesli is completing an Extension internship this summer with the Chatham County Center.

An Extension summer intern works with Extension personnel to deliver hands-on, educational programs. Job shadowing and mentoring help interns learn about the mission and work of North Carolina Cooperative Extension.

“Extension makes a positive difference in the community every day. We provide educational programs that connect communities with research-based information. Our internship program is another way we help prepare students for challenging and rewarding careers in food, agriculture, natural resources, and family and consumer sciences,” said Dr. Richard Bonanno, Associate Dean of the NC State College of Agriculture and Life Sciences and Director of NC State Extension.

Hoesli is a sophomore from NC State University majoring in Agriculture & Extension Education. She grew up in Colorado, but moved to northern Orange County in 2019, graduating from Orange High School. Hoesli’s long-term goal is to obtain her Master’s in Agriculture & Extension Education, enabling her to teach agriculture education on the high school level or to become an Extension Agent.

“Gracean comes to us with sound experience in youth development and program planning work having already been employed by one of our State 4-H Camps just this past summer, so we are excited to have her share that valuable know-how with us as we execute our summer programming here in Chatham County,” stated Dr. Ginger Cunningham, Chatham County Extension Director.

Hoesli says she is excited to spend this summer with the Chatham County Center to gain valuable experiences through working with Extension. She will return to N.C. State this fall to continue her education.