Hey, don’t knock it. It’s a full time job promoting Wisconsin’s $59-billion Agriculture industry; It’s hard work, involving about 40,000 miles of travel throughout the state and requires the confidence to speak at numerous schools and groups statewide. The state’s 63rd Alice will start work on June 7th of next year.
Nicole Breunig Marketing Consultant with the state Ag Department, explains it’s a busy job; Candidates should have a passion for agriculture; She must be prepared; And have experience with media, marketing, and communications. Breunig says a day in the life of Alice can be very diverse, and rewarding.
Applicants must be Wisconsin residents and at least 21 years old. There is no age limit. The job pays $40,000 a year, and there is that shiney crown.
Alice in Dairyland is a one-year, full-time contract position with the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection.
Jackie Johnson (1:36)