With free agency questions looming, Kevin Durant details his Warriors’ journey

first_imgNEW YORK – The free-agency questions await Kevin Durant, and he remains adamant about swatting them away as if he were protecting the rim.Does Durant find it enticing to sign with the New York Knicks next summer presuming he declines his $31.5 million Warriors player option? When the Warriors (4-1) play the Knicks (1-4) on Friday at Madison Square Garden, will he consider the World’s Most Famous Arena his future home? Would Durant like to build his legacy and business with his third NBA team …last_img read more

Farm Science Review to offer career fair

first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest Looking for a job in agriculture?Come to Farm Science Review and you just might find one.For the first time, the annual agricultural trade show, sponsored by The Ohio State University College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences (CFAES), will offer the Career Exploration Fair for anyone interested in working in agriculture.On Sept. 18 from 10 a.m. to noon, visitors to the career fair can discuss jobs and internships with representatives from a variety of companies, many of them exhibitors at FSR, which is held at the Molly Caren Agricultural Center near London, Ohio.“With the hundreds of exhibiting companies, it’s a great place to look for another job or new career,” said Nick Zachrich, manager of FSR.At a financially challenging time for many farmers, the career fair could offer a boost for individuals seeking additional work opportunities in agriculture.“There are jobs available and people looking for jobs,” Zachrich said. “We’re doing our best to connect the two. And there are many people who come to Farm Science Review looking for a job or career.”Currently, there’s a shortage of workers, including service technicians, welders, turfgrass managers, horticulture growers, licensed veterinary technicians, greenhouse managers, and sales and marketing specialists, he said.Adults seeking a career change or high school students looking to get into an agriculture-related job can benefit from attending the fair, Zachrich said. In addition to recruiting new employees, company representatives can discuss the qualifications and training required for positions likely to open up in the future.“There are companies that want to hire today and will train and even pay for education for the right people to work for them,” Zachrich said.Any company that’s not exhibiting at FSR but would like to participate in the job fair can contact the FSR office for details. The Career Exploration Fair will be held in the Celebration Tent near Gate I on Wednesday, Sept. 18 from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.The career fair is just one of the many offerings for visitors at FSR. The show offers talks from a variety of experts in the agriculture fields from water quality to estate planning. Along with attending talks, visitors can peruse the latest in farm machinery and technology. FSR features 4,000 product lines and over 700 commercial and educational exhibits, as well as workshops and presentations delivered by CFAES experts.last_img read more