Past Agriscience Interns

Meet Our Past Interns:

Christine Balint
Christine Balint of Firelands High School in Vermilion,OH is a Junior at The Ohio State University majoring in Agriscience Education. Her passion for agriculture comes from her experiences through FFA and ag classes with her teacher.  As a future career, she plans to work as a high school Ag Ed teacher where she can instill memories for future students and get them excited about agriculture.

Emily Burns
Emily Burns is a fourth year Agriscience Education major at The Ohio State University from Baltimore, OH. Upon graduation this Spring she will begin her career as an agriculture educator helping students succeed in all aspects of school, learn about agriculture, and find their fit in the FFA organization. At Ohio State she is heavily involved with different clubs and organizations including: Sigma Alpha, Saddle and Sirloin, Ag Ed Society, Towers Honors Society, CFAES Ambassadors, and ACEL recognition banquet committee.

Justin Feltz
Justin Feltz, from Versailles Ohio, is  currently a fourth year at The Ohio State University, majoring in Agriscience Education. He is excited to spread his wealth of knowledge of agricultural education to others interested in pursuing a career in teaching agriculture. In the future he plans to be an Agricultural Education Instructor at a high school.

Levi Myers
Levi Myers is a senior at Wilmington College majoring in Agriculture and Adolescent/ Young Adult Education in hopes of obtaining a career as an Agriculture Educator and FFA Advisor. He is from Shiloh, Ohio. During his four years at Wilmington College he has had the opportunity to play varsity football for the Fightin’ Quakers. He is also a member of Delta Tau Alpha, a national agriculture honor society, WC Aggies & Collegiate 4-H and Wilmington College Collegiate Farm Bureau Chapter.

Alex Tuggle
Alex Tuggle is a graduate of The Ohio State University in Agriscience Education.  He graduated from Firelands High School in Oberlin, Ohio where his passion for agriculture and the FFA first took off on his family’s sheep farm.  He now has accepted a position as a animal science instructor at Washington Park High School where he looks forward to impacting the lives of future generations in the agricultural industry.

Cece Utendorf
Cece Utendorf is a graduate of The Ohio State University with a degree in Agribusiness and Applied Economics and minor in Production Agriculture. She plans to begin a career as an agricultural educator in a high school while simultaneously working on obtaining her teaching license. She grew up on a farm in Columbus Grove, a small town in northwest Ohio.