Congratulations! The Wisconsin Section has again been recognized as a 2012-2013 Section of Excellence. This recognition symbolizes our section’s commitment to IFT, our section members, and the food science and technology profession.
Have Fun by Volunteering for WIFT
Wisconsin IFT needs you! Please consider volunteering to run for a WIFT Office, help with a specific event or serve on a committee.
Officer duties can be found on the WIFT website. Volunteering for WIFT provides excellent networking opportunities and professional recognition for you. For less of a commitment, WIFT also needs volunteers to help coordinate WIFT meetings throughout the year and serve on the golf outing, scholarship and other committees. If you are interested in volunteering in any capacity, please call Past Chair, Beth Ann Nylander.
One long-time volunteer says, “Volunteering for WIFT was one of the smartest, career-enhancing moves I’ve made. I’ve helped with many aspects of the section and developed my leadership skills. I have met many intelligent, savvy food professionals and students in Wisconsin. I have gained personal recognition from both the section and national IFT. And I had a great time doing it!”
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