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2009 Interns

2009 Intern Group Photo
Participants in the 2009 Extension Internship kickoff and orientation session June 8, 2009 at the Central Region Extension Office, Nashville. Pictured (l to r) are Andre' Russell (Wilson County), Nyeisha Webb (Lincoln County), Herb Lester (Central Region Director), Beverly Norris (Cheatham County) and DuUndre Harrison (Giles County).

DuUndre Harrison

DuUndre Harrison is currenlty an Agricultural Education major at Alabama A&M University, where he also was a member of the AA&MU baseball team. He is a 2006 graduate of Central High School in Tyler, Alabama. Giles County is providing Mr.Harrison's internship experience this summer.
Beverly Norris

Beverly Norris is completing a bachelor's degree at Tennessee State University in Child Development. She expects to graduate in December, 2009. A 1978 graduate of Cohn High School in Nashville, She also holds a diploma from the Nashville Area Vocational Technical School (1982) and an Associate of Arts degree from Nashville State Technical Community College (2002). Ms. Norris has work experience as a Head Start teacher and was owner-operator of Mrs. Bees Place, a child care center. Ms. Norris is working this summer in Cheatham County.
Andre Russell

Andre' Russell is a senior at Tennessee State University and is majoring in AgriBusiness. He expects to complete his degree in December, 2009. A native of Monroe, Michigan, he is a 2002 graduate of Monroe High School. Mr. Russell is completing his internship this summer in Wilson County.
Nyeisha Webb Nyeisha Webb expects to complete a bachelor's degree in Agribusiness Management from Alabama A&M University in May, 2010 where she is also active in ROTC. She resides in Haneyville, Alabama and graduated in 2006 from The Calhoun High in Letohatchee, Alabama. Lincoln County is hosting Ms. Webb's internship program this summer.