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Catherine Ripp

Majored in Agricultural Education
University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Class of 2015
From Ravenna
I am a small-town Nebraska farm girl who is studying Agricultural Education at the University of Nebraska. I am interested in sales, marketing, advocating for agriculture, and communications. No matter where I end up, my goal is to be happy, living in the great midwest and making a difference in Agriculture.
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Catherine Ripp of Ravenna receives UNL degree

Catherine Elizabeth Ripp of Ravenna was among nearly 1,400 graduates who received degrees from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln in ceremonies Dec. 18 and 19. Ripp earned a bachelor of science in...

December, 21 2015 - Verified by University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Catherine Ripp of Ravenna named to Dean's List

Catherine Elizabeth Ripp of Ravenna has been named to the Dean's List at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln for the spring semester of the 2014-15 academic year. Ripp, a senior agricultural educa...

June, 18 2015 - Verified by University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Sales Intern- TractorHouse at Sandhills Publishing
* Educate equipment dealers on Tractor House services * Build and maintain professional relationships with dealers in order to sell and promote Tractor House * Heavy focus on customer service, sales, communication, and agricultural services
November 2014 - Present
Sales and Marketing Intern at Helena Chemical Co.
• Develop in-­‐‑field agronomy experience focused on field scouting, soil sampling, and tissue sampling. • Develop communication skills by networking with professionals within Helena as well as Helena customers. • Develop a sales and marketing piece for the sales representatives to utilize to not only meet, but to exceed their bottom line. • Work with and understand a few of Helena’s key proprietary products. • Work extensively to put together marketing pieces for Helena’s Northern Business Unit.
May 2014 - August 2014
Farm Hand at Ripp Dairy Farms
• Feed and water livestock; and monitor food and water supplies. • Mark livestock to identify ownership and grade, by using brands • Perform duties related to livestock reproduction, such as breeding animals within appropriate timeframes and helping with animal births. • Provide medical treatment, such as administering medications and vaccinations; or arrange for veterinarians to provide more extensive treatment.
February 2005 - Present

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