Crawford County Fair Tent

Crawford County Farm Bureau is excited about the 2022 Crawford County Fair. Once again, the Farm Bureau Fun and Education Center will provide an interactive agricultural education area. Farm Bureau aims to reach fair guests with a positive message about agriculture in our community, state and nation. To help facilitate this endeavor, Farm Bureau will be filling three paid positions to serve as Farm Bureau ambassadors.

Farm Bureau ambassadors will promote a positive image of agriculture and will provide a memorable experience for fairgoers. They will staff the exhibits and displays while also interacting with guests. Qualified applicants should have a broad understanding of modern agriculture and be willing to start conversations and answer questions. They will host guests in the Farm Bureau tent and work closely with Farm Bureau members and staff to meet the exhibit goals.


Preference will be given to high school graduates, though current high school students are welcome to apply. Applicants should have the ability to take initiative and follow-through.
Good communication skills are a must. Fair ambassadors will be self-motivated and willing to work independently. Daily shifts will rotate to provide event coverage. Total hours worked will not be in excess of forty (40) hours beginning July 18 and ending July 23. Hourly compensation will be provided.

A full job description is available HERE. All inquiries can be directed to Abra Dunn, Farm Bureau Organization Director, at 419-747-7488 or [email protected].

To apply

All interested applicants shall send a resume to [email protected] no later than June 24.

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Bethany Starlin

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Matt Aultman

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Jenna Gregorich

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Mandy Way

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Jaclyn De Candio

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