Student Organizations

Martin-Gatton CAFE is seeking student ambassadors for the 2024-25 academic year.

The Student Ambassador program is a select group of undergraduate leaders who model and tell the story of our college, its mission and programs, as well as the University of Kentucky. Approximately 30 ambassadors will be selected next year. Ambassadors are expected to serve one full year and must reapply should they wish to continue for subsequent years.

For more information and to apply, click here.


Valentine's Day Diamond Painting
Ag North Wellness Room
12-2 PM

Job Opportunities

The Brzozoskwi Lab is hiring!

We have work opportunities for undergraduates who are interested in molecular plant breeding & genetics. We work on plant breeding and genetics for sustainable production of oats, rye, and intermediate wheatgrass in Kentucky.

Click here for more information on how to apply.


Kent Rexing Farm is hiring a full-time farm hand starting immediately or contingent upon graduation!

Responsibilities include planting and harvesting crops, hauling grain, spring and fall field tillage, operating heavy equipment, performing maintenance, tending to animals, and other duties as assigned.

For more information on position and how to apply, please see the attached information here.


Kentucky Farm Bureau Federation is currently accepting applications through Friday, March 1, 2024, for two paid summer internships in the following KFB Divisions of Communication and Commodities.

The specific requirements and detailed descriptions are available in the link provided. For questions, students may contact Renee Carrico or Todd Bright.

Coleman Crest Farm is hiring for the 2024 growing season for the position of Farm Associate!

As a Farm Associate, you will learn about the business and logistics of organic farming, plant and harvest organic produce, place natural weed barriers, and operate farm equipment.

As an employee of Coleman Crest Farm, you will enjoy competitive pay, organic farmer training, a fun and safe outdoor environment, and more!

You can email Jim Coleman here for more details.

Experiential Opportunities

Chellgren Student Fellows Applications are due February 15th, 2024. Open to all first-year research-oriented students, the Chellgren Student Fellowship is a vital addition to nationally-competitive scholarship applications. Contact Lynn Hiler for more information regarding the program. You can additionally find more information about the Chellgren program here.

DHN 300: Flavors of Wellbeing: Immersive Insights into Healthful Living in Portugal is an education abroad course from July 20 - August 1 where students will learn how food, identity, and health intertwine.

You'll cook in culinary classes, witness local traditions, and join riveting tours. By the time you leave, you'll clearly see the impact of policies, systems, and the environment on health. Trust us, this is a journey you won't want to miss!

Click here to apply. The deadline to apply is March 8th.

Peer Instructor Applications are due! The mission of the Peer Instructor is to support enrolled students as they adapt to the academic expectations of the AFE 100 curriculum and assist students in their transition to the University of Kentucky. Students chosen for the Peer Instructor position will enroll in a three-credit course; AFE 330 - Peer Instruction: AFE 100. The purpose of this course is to develop the leadership skills of Peer Instructors while enhancing the learning and success of students enrolled in AFE 100. Interested? Click here to apply.