Hamilton County Extension
A 9-member Extension Board and a 15-member youth and adult 4-H Council, representing all areas of Hamilton County, are also a part of our Extension team. It gives us great pleasure to serve you in your quest for learning or keeping up-to-date in this ever-changing world.
Click here to discover University of Nebraska Extension Educators who are serving Hamilton County.
We are Hiring an Extension Educator
Nebraska Extension is looking for an Extension Educator to provide regional expertise (Merrick County) and develop focused learning experiences that inspire young people to achieve their potential. This is a full-time, year-round, non-tenured position. This educator’s home base will be Central City, NE. This educator‘s geographic region includes Merrick and Hamilton Counties. The major responsibility of this position is to provide regional leadership for Nebraska Extension’s 4-H and Youth Development Program. This educator is expected to interact closely with 4-H clientele in these communities and deliver programs in their geographic area.
For a detailed position description, required materials, and how to apply, go to: https://employment.unl.edu/postings/80966
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Nebraska Extension in Hamilton County
Our office is located on the ground floor of the Hamilton County Courthouse in the middle of town on 13th and M Streets. Please stop in for a visit and see what the University can do for you. Our 4-H Youth Development Program, for example, reaches more than 220 youth in Hamilton County alone. Statewide, 4-H touches the lives of more than 90,000 youth each year.