U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Internships
Qualifying students may be high school students planning to attend a U.S. college or university, or current college undergraduates and
graduates. Their internship work will place them in a professional environment where they will learn first-hand as assistants to experienced employees in the scientific, professional, administrative, and technical fields.
Internships are offered in the Summer, Fall, Spring and other times throughout the year. Many students completing paid internships are able to continue with the USDA as a full-time student after graduation. Throughout their internship, they will be able to explore many career possibilities, such as agriculture services, food safety, and rural development.
Why not apply for an externship and an internship?
The USDA offers internships to thousands of students throughout the nation every year. All students applying for internships must be attending college part-time or full-time and be in good academic standing. The USDA is one of many opportunities for students to experience an internship with the federal government.
The location VARIES.
For more details, visit www.dm.usda.gov/employ/sip/welcome.htm