Undergrad Internship Program
The Food and Resource Economics Department encourages students to seek high quality internships that are directly related to their academic major and career field. The work experience is conducted under approved business, industrial, institutional or governmental agency supervision. Intern positions are expected to enhance the student’s classroom experience and apply what is learned in the classroom.
Students are required to complete the internship application packet, have their internship supervisor sign it, and submit it to Mr. Jermaine Dunn, at email@example.com or in person at 1177 McCarty Hall A by the end of the drop/add period for the corresponding Fall, Spring, and Summer term.