Service Learning

Our students are always finding new ways to serve the communities they are in. From helping with the environment and changing public policy to helping to end hunger in the Brazos Valley, Texas A&M Entomology is helping anyway they can.

Patrick McMahon and Michelle WoodAgriculture and Natural Resources Internship Program – Entomology Students Leading The Nation and State
Entomology students are making a difference by working with federal or state legislators on issues that affect agriculture and natural resource management. During the semester-long internship, students either stay in Austin or Washington, D.C. to work with legislators or other public policy groups and learn the policy process firsthand from the ground up. To learn more about the program, visit agintern.tamu.edu.

students working at eventStudents Serving Others in the Brazos Valley
Both the Undergraduate Entomology Student Organization and Entomology Graduate Student Organization are very involved in community service. Students have worked at such activities as The Big Event, Adopt-A-Highway and Aggie Replant over the past years. Our students also have helped in various other projects, including making baskets for the Aggieland Rotary Club Thanksgiving Basket project and demonstrating their insect knowledge at various educational and fun outreach programs with children both young and old.

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