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Our Work Seminar Film set for Feb 17 features the Alabama Cooperative Extension System

We are excited to feature the Alabama Cooperative Extension System for our first Our Work Seminar of 2023 on Friday, Feb. 17, at 12 p.m. in Funchess Hall, room 246. This Our Work film will focus on two ACES programs: Operation Grow, which provides special emphasis on the training needs of military veterans interested in agriculture, and Harvest for Health, which shares how to use a backyard garden to teach new, healthy habits to cancer survivors.

A Q&A session will follow the film, and lunch will be provided for attendees. Please RSVP here!

Check out the Alabama Cooperative Extension Summer Internship!

ACES is accepting applications for their Field Summer Internships in Agriculture.


Coshatt Sod Farm in Birmingham, AL seeking Farm Manager

Coshatt sod farm is looking to hire a full time potential as a manager of the farm. It would include handling office work and everything in the farm / yard. Contact Keith Shamblin for more information

USDA, AMS  seeking Agricultural Commodity Grader – Student Trainee

The Agricultural Marketing Service (AMS), Livestock & Poultry (LP) program announced the following Student Trainee – Agricultural Commodity Grader positions in  Announcement will be open until 03/28/2023. There are currently 7 open student trainee positions for Agricultural Commodity Graders in various locations.

Find out more about these opportunities: Agricultural Commodity Grader – Student Trainee 


Prudential-Agriculture Investment Internships Available

PGIC still has four open internship positions; Orlando, Fresno (2), and Arkansas. The positions have been reposted and the link for the application process is below:

PGIM: 2023 Real Estate Summer Agriculture Internship
Students can reach out to Josh Culpepper (AU Ag Alum) with questions.

NASDA Trade Internship

The National Association of State Departments of Agriculture (NASDA) is offering an international trade internship in agriculture. This internship is offered in partnership with NASDA and the USDA Foreign Agricultural Service (FAS) with the goal of providing students with valuable experience and exposure to trade promotion activities and international business. They will select one intern per the spring and fall semesters to participate in the internship and are open to working with the student/university for earning course credit.

All applicants for the fall 2023 semester must submit a cover letter, resume, and 2 letters of reference to by Friday, March 31, 2023.

North Carolina State Extension Internships available

NC State Extension Summer Internship Program has 31 internships available across the state of North Carolina. Student applicants must be currently accepted for or enrolled in, a four-year accredited college or university. Students enrolled in graduate school are also eligible. Students earn $4800 for this 10-week program. Applications are due February 17!

SiteOne Summer Internships

Interested students can apply directly at the links below and reach out to Myky Truong directly if there are any questions.
Sales Internship, Memphis, TN
Branch Rotational, Memphis, TN
Branch Rotational, Arlington, TN
Branch Rotational, Franklin, TN
Branch Rotational, Murfreesboro, TN
Branch Rotational, Knoxville, TN
Branch Rotational, Pontiac, MI
Branch Rotational, Birmingham, AL
Branch Rotational, Huntsville, AL
Branch Rotational, Kennesaw, GA
Branch Rotational, Kennesaw, GA
Branch Rotational , Atlanta, GA
Sales Internship , Alpharetta, GA

Kelman Scholar Program Summer Internship Research Program

The Kelman Scholars is a paid Summer Internship Research Program that honors the legacy of Dr. Arthur Kelman, a plant pathology professor emeritus at NC State University.  The program is open to all rising sophomore, junior, and senior undergraduate students with a demonstrated interest to explore the biological sciences through the field of plant pathology. Financial Support includes a monetary stipend, room and board, and travel expenses.

Agronomy Internship with IND Hemp available

IND HEMP is looking for a dynamic, motivated intern who is eager to learn about industrial hemp agronomy while supporting IND HEMP operations and hemp growers. IND HEMP contracts with growers across Montana and the pacific northwest for hemp grain and fiber varieties. The grain and fiber will be processed at our operations in Fort Benton, MT. The Agronomy intern will participate in crop scouting, data collection and compilation, grower relations and support. The internship will provide valuable hands-on experience and insight into industrial hemp production across the state of Montana and into states in the northwest. For more information or to submit your application, please email

Moore Farms Botanical Garden Internship

Moore Farms Botanical Garden, located in Lake City, SC, is excited to announce our 2023 summer internship program in horticulture.

This roughly 3 month internship is open to students in a 2 or 4 year degree program that are eligible to work in the United States. Interns will be compensated at a rate of $17.00/hr., and will be provided on site housing at no additional cost. Additional benefits include a work exchange program with Brookgreen Gardens and Charleston Parks Conservancy, and a multi-day trip to visit and tour other botanical gardens at a destination within the southeastern United States.

Interested students should send a resume, cover letter, and 3 references to Evan D. Cook  by March 5th.
For more information regarding the internship, please visit their website.


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Feb 9, 2023 | Job Opportunities

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Megan Ross

Megan Ross is a 2001 Auburn Graduate who currently serves as Coordinator of Student Development & Programs in the College of Agriculture at Auburn University. Her passion for fostering students’ personal and intellectual growth has allowed her to create unique educational and professional programming designed to elevate their academic experience.

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