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Deere, Bayer back education for assistants

 

f0cecdc4acfe8f02f5b44a50e4eb184c-.jpgAssistant superintendents interested in furthering their education can apply for one of 50 slots in the eighth annual Green Start Academy.
 
A professional development initiative presented by John Deere Golf and Bayer Environmental Science, Green Start Academy includes educational sessions, workshops and roundtable discussions for assistant superintendents from the United States and Canada. 
 
This year's Green Start Academy is scheduled for Oct. 2-4 at the Bayer Development and Training Center in Clayton, N.C., and John Deere's Turf Care facility in Fuquay-Varina, N.C. Attendees will have the opportunity to network with peers, absorb best practices from industry leaders to propel their careers and gain insights into trending topics and key issues they can take back to their courses.
 
Those interested in attending must submit a resume and complete the application process here.
 
 
Submissions will be judged by Chris Condon of Tetherow Golf Club, Bob Farren of Pinehurst Resort, Pat Finlen of The Olympic Club, Ken Mangum of Atlanta Athletic Club and Bryan Stromme of Billy Casper Golf.
 
Application deadline is June 28.

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