DOYLESTOWN The Bucks County 4-H Club is offering a paid summer internship with its Penn State Extension. The extension is a partnership between the U.S. Department of Agriculture and the country's land-grant universities that operates "innovative, research-based knowledge and vital educational programs," according to Penn State.

Qualifications for the internship include completion of at least two years as a full-time college student and current enrollment as a full-time college student.

Applicants should enjoy working with youths and adults, be self-motivated and able to work with limited supervision, and be a "team player," according to the 4-H Club.

They also must have a car and a valid driver's license. Computer skills are required, and the club prefers students with experience in working with youth and/or a background in education and youth development. All majors are to be considered.

The dates of employment are to be May 23 through Aug. 22, 2016. For an application and more information, contact Nancy J. Stephenson at or 215-345-3283. - Staff report