The Holstein Foundation will host its first ever virtual Spring into Action Seminar on April 12, 2022, at 7 p.m. EST. The hour-long session titled, Think Outside the Milk Bottle – Bringing Dairy Innovation to Life, is sponsored by Dairy Management Inc. (DMI).
“We are excited to be partnering with the Holstein Foundation on the Spring into Action Seminar to share consumer trends and show how dairy product innovation comes to life,” says Nate Janssen, Vice President of Farmer Relations at DMI.
The session will focus on understanding today’s consumers, dairy innovation, and career opportunities within the food science field. Experts from DMI will lead participants through an interactive case study on a dairy product innovation during the seminar.
“The virtual format of the seminar will allow youth from across the country to come together and learn about a unique aspect of the dairy industry in a fun and engaging way,” says Kelli Dunklee, Holstein Foundation Youth Programs Specialist.
Key information from the Spring into Action Seminar will also be incorporated into the Holstein Foundation’s Dairy Bowl and Dairy Jeopardy contests in 2022. All youth with an interest in the dairy industry, Junior Holstein members, coaches, parents, and advisors are encouraged to attend the seminar.
Youth interested in attending the seminar can register using this link. Participants who register for the seminar by the April 8, 2022, deadline, attend the session, and complete the follow-up survey after the seminar will be eligible for fun prizes.
Contact Kelli Dunklee at 800.952.5200 ext. 4124 or by email with questions about the Spring into Action Seminar. For more information about the Holstein Foundation visit HERE.
The Holstein Foundation’s education, leadership development and outreach programs serve both youth and young adults across the country who are involved with all breeds of dairy cattle.
The Holstein Foundation is a 501(c)3 organization founded in 1989. It is headquartered in Brattleboro, Vermont, and shares office space with its parent organization, Holstein Association USA, Inc.