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NATS

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Apply – What to Expect

Step 01

If you’ll be at least 13 by July 1st, fill out an application online. (It opens up on March 1st every year). Make sure to check your email for a notification that we’ve received your submission. Between April 5th and April 15th, we will let you know via email, either way, if we have a spot for you.

Step 02

Upon being hired, you’ll be sent digital paperwork via email that will need to be filled out, along with instructions on how to do so. Your application will not be considered complete until this paperwork is completed.

Step 03

If it’s your first time detasseling, you will be required to attend one of our orientation meetings with a parent or guardian. It’s here where we’ll give you all of our tips and tricks on how to have the best season ever!

What People
are Saying

“I have enjoyed detasseling for NATS the last five years, and am so glad to have met many great people along the way. Without NATS I would not be the hardworking and driven individual that I am today. I would love to come back and detassel another year.”

Clayton S.

“I have worked with NATS for the past three years and it’s been such a joy! I absolutely love the company and every single bus involved with NATS. I have had the best experiences with this company.”

Abigail S.

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“On a personal note, I am so grateful for all that you do to serve the families of your employees-from the meeting, paper work demos, phone tree, the website, tips-and for all the detail and work involved in wrangling up all the kids and teaching them a positive work ethic in a positive environment. It was very challenging work, but our son did it with commitment, pride, and a lot of duct tape. (Thanks for that tip?)”

Lisa B. – Mom

“On a personal note, I am so grateful for all that you do to serve the families of your employees-from the meeting, paper work demos, phone tree, the website, tips-and for all the detail and work involved in wrangling up all the kids and teaching them a positive work ethic in a positive environment. It was very challenging work, but our son did it with commitment, pride, and a lot of duct tape. (Thanks for that tip?)”

Lisa B. – Mom

About Us

Hi! I’m Holly Buell, Director of Operations, and I have been a part of NATS Detasseling since 2002. Since my mom, Dawn Buell, started NATS in 1998, we have been passionate about helping shape the next generation of teenagers for future opportunities. After attending Hillsdale College for two years, I served as a drummer on the road for a Christian ministry based in Michigan. From there, I got an undergraduate degree from Union College in Biomedical Science and Chemistry. In the summers, you can often find me driving a bus full of detasselers or coaching our supervisors.

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