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2011 Interns

Minority Intetrns 2011 

2011 Interns (l-r): Victoria Morris (Fayette County), Kiara Potts (Lincoln County), Chris Brooks (Giles County), Jimel Fossett(Tipton County) Julius Harrison (Franklin County).

Group Picture Victoria Morris is a senior at Tennessee State University, majoring in Agricultural Sciences. She graduated from Fayette Ware High School in 2008 where she was active in the Fayette Ware Voices, cheerleading team, and honor roll. In college, Victoria serves as the MANRRS Secretary and is a member of the newly chartered Collegiate FFA. She is also the Vision College Choir vice president. In her free time, she enjoys singing and planning events. Her internship will be in Fayette County.
Keedra Reeves Kiara Potts is a senior at Alabama A & M University, majoring in Agribusiness Management. She comes from Tallahassee, Alabama and graduated high school in 2008. While in high school, Kiara was a member of the concert and show choirs and marching and concert bands. She also was a member of the Science Club and participated in Track and Field events. At Alabama A & M, she was selected to be the Freshman and Junior Class Representative and is a member of Girls Aiming to Motivate and Empower, AAMU, and Yearbook Staff. Ms. Potts enjoys singing and playing the flute, as well as working with children. She will spend her internship in Lincoln County.
Chris Brooks Chris Brooks of Hazel Green, Alabama, is perusing a degree in Agricultural Sciences at Alabama A & M University. He made the Academic Dean’s List during his freshman, sophomore, and junior year of college and was a member of the National Honors Society during high school. Chris was an active member of his high school soccer team, serving as captain and was awarded Most Valuable Player. In his free time, Chris enjoys playing basketball and soccer and going fishing. This summer, Chris will spend his internship in Giles County.
Keedra Reeves Jimel Fossett is a recent graduate of the University of Tennessee at Martin. Her major was Food & Nutrition/ Dietetic and she was a member of the Student Dietetic Association. Jimel was on the Honor Roll and earned a Scholastic Salute from Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. She enjoys volunteer work and learning about public health. Jimel is a native of Memphis, Tennessee and will be intern in Tipton County
Keedra Reeves Julius Harris is the Extension summer intern serving Franklin County, Tennessee. He is a native of Huntsville, Alabama where he studies Agricultural Education at Alabama A & M University as a senior. Mr. Harris has made the dean’s list and the honor roll and is active in the FFA and MANNARS. He played basketball for AAMU and enjoys driving tractors, horseback riding, and fishing. Upon graduating college, Julius wants to become an ag-shop teacher or a county extension agent.