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The National Beef Ambassador Program, organized by the American National CattleWomen
, provides an opportunity for youth to educate consumers and students across the U.S. about beef nutrition, food safety & stewardship practices of the beef industry. National Beef Ambassadors provide outreach to consumers by attending promotional events during consumer expos, health fairs and in-store demonstrations. They also visit classrooms, daycares, after school programs and attend youth organization activities. Any student, ages 17-20 (as of January 1) who is enthusiastic about the beef industry is eligible to apply. Through a Memorandum of Understanding between the AMS Livestock and Seed Program
and the American National CattleWomen, each summer AMS provides an internship for one National Beef Ambassador to gain valuable work experience and provide a better understanding of the Federal Government, particularly AMS’ role in America’s cattle industry. For more information about the internship, qualifications and application process, visit the National Beef Ambassador Web site