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An internship is a great way to apply course material to the work place. Every student receiving a Bachelor of Science Degree in Agricultural Business Management (ABM) and Environmental Economics, and Policy (EEP) is required to complete an internship. General guidelines are listed below. For complete information regarding internships, please see the Guidelines pdf and/or contact the Internship Coordinator. NOTE: The internship agreement form will need to be completed before you begin your internship.
For a complete explanation of the guidelines, please read the Internship Policies and Guidelines document.
Before meeting with your Faculty Advisor, please fill out the Internship Agreement Form.
Bart Eleveld (ABM)
David Lewis (EEP)
Every term, students return from completing their internship ready to talk about their adventures. Come to the presentations listed below to learn about what others have done, and maybe get inspired for your own hands-on experience. Location is indicated below.
|Location: Ballard Extension Hall 200C
|Time||Date: Monday, March 6
|10:00 AM||Tim Messner (Mallott Cattle Company)|
|Time||Date: Tuesday, March 7
|10:00 AM||Matt Manitsas (Betaseed Inc.)|
|Time||Date: Thursday, March 9
|9:00 AM||McKenzie Searles (Farm Credit West - AZ)|
|Time||Date: Monay, March 13
|9:00 AM||Makenzie Hitner (Betaseed Inc.)|
|9:30 AM||Angie Eichler (NW Wine Company)|
|10:00 AM||Tess O’Leary (Ecole d’Ingenieurs de Purpan-France)|
|Time||Date: Tuesday, March 14
|9:00 AM||Liz Wells (Solar Panels - NM)|
|9:30 AM||Nicholas Teubel (Columbia Bank)|
|10:00 AM||Austin Kraemer (E & J Gallo Winery)|