MANRRS (Minorities in Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related Sciences) is a national society that welcomes the membership of people from all racial and ethnic groups that participate in agricultural, natural resource, and related science fields of study. MANRRS provides a community of friends as well as a network of employers for its members. This network exists to support and sculpt their professional skills. We act as a springboard that launches members into the professional world. They start off their careers with the bountiful knowledge they have acquired from attending meetings and club outings. MANRRS offers students an opportunity to enhance leadership, organizational, and public speaking skills as they receive a professional critique of resumes and other documents in an environment full of supportive friends. When not working on perfecting their careers, one can find the members giving back to the community through volunteering!
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Come join us!

We are a tight-knit all-inclusive group of dedicated, driven, and diverse CSU students who come together to make positive differences in our chapter, on campus, and in the community. Meetings are in the Horsetooth Rock Conference Room (MSNR 345)  at 5 p.m. every other Monday. We can’t wait to see you there. Contact us for more information on upcoming meetings, job opportunities, and more!

What does a year in MANRRS look like?

 

Do you want to get a glimpse of what it’s like to be in MANRRS? CLICK HERE to see a video made of clips from our trip to the national conference, volunteering opportunities, and more! It sums up the fun that both the members and the officer team have had this past year. Hope to see you at the next meeting!

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