Cera Joins CEP Staff in El Paso County
Madelynne Cera was recently hired as an extension agent for 4-H and youth development in El Paso County with the Cooperative Extension Program. She is a graduate from Southeastern Oklahoma State University (SOSU) where she received athletic and academic scholarships to attend and play volleyball all four years. There she exhibited passion for volleyball and her studies. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Occupational Safety and Health, with a minor in Chemistry. Her most memorable times are spent with family, reading, and playing sports.
Her goals as an extension agent are to reach underserved kids in El Paso County. She seeks to make a difference in their lives and provide them with knowledge and opportunities. Introducing youth to possibilities will enable them to reach personal and educational success. If she can help youth goals, she believes that would be her greatest accomplishment.
The Cooperative Extension Program is seeking to hire more exceptional talent to carry out 4-H and youth development programs in Harris and Tarrant Counties. Qualifications require a bachelor’s degree in an applicable field. The posting expires at midnight on July 24, 2017. Please visit the university career website at https://jobs.pvamu.edu/postings/search to locate the position announcement and apply.
Rukeia Draw-Hood, Ph.D.
Program Leader (4-H and Youth Development)