Extension Iron County Welcomes Summer Assistant Tate Guenard

The Extension Iron County staff is looking forward to working with two new summer assistants this year. Tate Guenard and Katie Lamoreaux will be working with 4-H Youth Development Educator, Neil Klemme and Extension staff to provide fun and exciting programs to youth in Iron County! Continue reading to learn a little more about Tate.

Hi my name is Tate Guenard.  I live in Montreal, am 19 years old, and am a graduate of Hurley High School.  Currently, I’m in college pursuing a degree in graphic design. I was a 4-H camp counselor for four years under the direction of Neil Klemme.  It was during these years that I realized I enjoyed working with kids and am pretty good at it! (Possibly because I’m secretly a kid at heart!)  I have a charismatic and creative attitude and can relate to kids because of this. I’m the type of person who likes to think outside the box and I thrive in new and different situations.  In group settings I will often play the devil’s advocate role and find that this helps kids gain perspective and see the world in a different light. I look forward to working for UW-Extension this summer and know it will be an adventurous and awesome time!

Welcome to the Extension team Tate!