The Stewards Program
The Equine Sciences Stewards (ESS) Program is designed to further prepare motivated and driven Equine Sciences undergraduate students for leadership roles in a growing and ever changing Equine Industry. Equine Sciences Stewards will be provided with numerous leadership / development opportunities in addition to a series of seminars designed to further develop professional skills.
The program is competitive and limited to 20 students. To be considered for admittance, students must submit both a current resume and a complete application by Wednesday, March 30th, 2016. Applications will be reviewed by Equine Sciences faculty and endorsement of your application must be granted by at least one faculty member. Those not accepted may be considered the following year.
If accepted, students will gain opportunities to interact with Equine Sciences faculty and staff on a more individual basis. Regular meetings will be devoted to and focus on professional development skills and career identification. Some stewards may also be invited to travel with faculty and staff to professional meetings, conventions, seminars, etc.
Benefits to the Equine Sciences Steward:
The program begins in the fall semester of each year. Regular meetings will be scheduled throughout both regular semesters and attendance at these meetings is required.
GET INVOLVED IN THE WORLD RENOWNED CSU EQUINE SCIENCES PROGRAM. TAKE ADVANTAGE OF EVERY OPPORTUNITY AFFORDED YOU BY
ONE OF THE BEST EQUINE PROGRAMS
IN THE WORLD!!!
Cassidy Perricone, ESS Faculty Advisor
Equine Sciences Faculty and Program Coordinator
Dr. David J. Denniston, Founding ESS Faculty Advisor
Equine Sciences Faculty
Horse Judging Coach
We're located at the foothills campus
CSU Equine Center
735 S. Overland Trail
Fort Collins, CO 80523-1679
CSU was the first land-grant university to offer a bachelor's degree in Equine Sciences. We now have over 360 equine science majors taught by faculty with international recognition for pioneering equine research in a variety of specialized fields.