ABOVE Caleb Hicks, left, a senior in agricultural communications, interned for the Alabama Farmers Federation’s soybean and wheat and feed grains divisions over the summer. “My work included writing, photography, social media and gathering information for future promotions for both divisions,” he says. “I enjoyed every minute of my internship with the federation and met so many great folks in the farming industry.”
Summertime isn’t always vacation time for students at Auburn University. It’s also a time to get a jump on a career by getting their hands dirty with firsthand professional experience. Each summer, students in the College of Agriculture intern with companies and organizations across the U.S. and beyond. Here are a few examples of where some students in the college interned over the summer.
HIRING AN AUBURN INTERN
Internships add real-world value to students’ educational experiences and give employers opportunities to “try out” future employees, efficiently increase productivity and bring fresh perspectives to their businesses. Employers interested in establishing a student internship program with the College of Agriculture can contact Megan Ross, Student Services coordinator, at 334-844-3201 or email@example.com.