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Cattlemen’s Young Leaders Welcomes New Program Coordinator

Jolene Noble Named New CYL Program Coordinator

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The Cattlemen’s Young Leaders (CYL) program that seeks to provide mentorship and training for those involved in Canada’s beef cattle industry, has named Jolene Noble as the new CYL program coordinator. Noble will be working closely with Jill Harvie, who is the CYL program manager.

The increasingly competitive program is currently seeking applications for its 2013-14 program and all those involved in the beef cattle industry between the ages of 18 and 35 are strongly encouraged to apply. The application process begins with an online application, which opens up every November and is accepted until the end of January. Following the application process, semi-finalists will be chosen to participate in a roundtable discussion about various topics pertaining to the industry where the finalists will be chosen.

Once the chosen candidates are selected, they are paired up with an industry mentor who will work with them throughout the year. The mentees will have the opportunity to participate in industry events, meetings, complete Masters of Beef Advocacy Program, and have the chance to attend national and international industry specific events– which are designed to equip them with the skills necessary to become leaders in the beef cattle industry. The programs’ success has attracted a number of industry sponsors and mentors, with the most recent being the Canadian Western Agribition, agreeing to sign on as a future mentor to the program.

More information about the program and how to apply for the mentorship can be found on the CYL website at http://www.cattlemensyoungleaders.com/index.php


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