Agricultural Science Students: Internships
Learning at Truman extends beyond the traditional classroom, and students are strongly encouraged to pursue internships as an extension of your in-class learning experiences. Internships allow you to use classroom theory in the practical realm of the workplace, learn about current practices in agriculture; improve your interpersonal skills, and much more.
Here's a sampling of some internships held by our students that illustrates the broad perspective for these types of out-of-class learning opportunities.
You can explore a number of Internship Resources to learn about internship opportunities that can help you reach your professional goals.
"I love the easiness to get to know your professors and the resources that are available for students. It is easy to see the faculty’s dedication towards the students’ success, and I especially like that we are constantly challenged to be better. It can be very stressful at times, but it teaches you a lot."
– Roberto Renteria ’16, Psychology and Biology double major