Community Service

1. Preparing and presenting a program on 1st responder practices related to honeybee sting incidents. This could be geared toward professional 1st responder groups such as fire and rescue services, medical practitioners, or public service groups ( schools, senior centers, etc.).

2. Prepare and/or present a workshop at a regional, state, national or international non-beekeepers conference or convention. This could include being a member of a panel discussion group at a conference or convention.

3. Guide and assist in the establishment of honeybee hives in a public, community, or school garden. This should include all aspects of setting up an apiary as well as providing the mentoring necessary for a successful establishment.

4. Serve in a faculty capacity at a regional, state, or national level beekeeper’s event ( this includes working in food services, technical services, information desks, etc.)..

5. Being recognized as a beekeeping expert and appearing on television, radio, or in a newspaper  as  such.

6. Publish an article on the subject of beekeeping in a beekeeping periodical.

7. Publish an article on beekeeping in a non-beekeeping periodical. ( Please note that you may not publish the same article in both periodical types for your dual credit.)

8. Preparing and presenting a program on beekeeping, bee biology, or general interest topics related to beekeeping for public or community groups such as schools, gardening groups, or senior centers.