Calling all students interested in learning more about post-grad careers related to co-op organizations—and how their structure differs from a for-profit business!
The Chequamegon Food Co-op’s marketing and outreach manager, John Adams, will be at Northland to present an overview of this organization, what he does through his role, how he gained relevant experience to get there, and advice for students who are considering careers in this field or others like it.
This event is open to current Northland College students only.
This presentation is part of Garret Zastoupil’s Managing for Sustainability fall course, but a limited number of spots are also available to other students who are interested in the topic and making valuable connections with this representative (upper-level students—we’re looking at you!).
Please register to confirm your spot if you are not already enrolled in the Business 140 course during the Fall Term. Having trouble? Connect with Student Career Advisor Julie Winter for help!
About the Presenter
Current Title: Marketing and Outreach Manager
Responsibilities: Marketing and outreach to the public and members of the Co-op, and creating ads and communications for sales, classes, and general communications.
Professional Experience: Newspaper reporter, political organizer, local farmer
Education: BA, University of Minnesota School of Journalism (1996)
Additional Engagement and Networking: Bayfield Foods CSA farmer, Chequamegon Democrats, State Assembly candidate