The Academic Coordinator (AC) will support program leadership of the project titled “Multifaceted Pathways to Climate Smart Agriculture through participator program development and delivery”, funded by the NIFA-USDA. The AC will serve as a point of contact and will facilitate, implement and communicate critical needs of diverse stakeholder groups including socially disadvantaged, small-scale, beginning and underserved agricultural stakeholders, large-scale farmers and ranchers, and technical service providers. The AC will work with stakeholders across the state and implement project programming through workshops and trainings, as well as by developing outreach materials such as curriculum and factsheets.. The AC will also assist program leadership in delivering and facilitating climate smart agriculture education for students. Depending on the project priorities, the AC will be expected to be flexible and assist project investigators in other components of the project as well. Click here for more information.