Agricultural Science Internships

At Truman, you’re 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.

Notable internship opportunities include…

  • Danforth Plant Science Center
  • W.H.Miner Institute (equine breeding)
  • Boehringer-Ingelheim (ag pharmaceuticals)
  • Monsanto (plant breeding)
  • Ranch work (Nebraska, Montana, Wyoming)
  • Case-IH Equipment (marketing)
  • Aldi Foods (management)

Growing peppers at the University FarmFarm to School Program Internships

Internship positions in fruit and vegetable production and marketing are available during the summer for the Farm to School Program.

About the Farm to School Program>>

Miranda Biddle

Truman’s Agricultural Science Department allows students not only to have plenty of one-on-one attention with professors, but also with other Agricultural Science majors. All of us majors are like a family and are willing to help each other out, whether that might be tutoring for a class or assistance in finding a summer internship.

Miranda Biddle, Class of 2016