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Funding Focus: Noble Foundation agriculture internships

The Noble Foundation agricultural internship program for undergraduate and graduate students offers the opportunity to undertake a project in agricultural production, in a real-world setting, with some of the leading professionals in agriculture.

The Noble Foundation Agricultural Division offers research opportunities in its core areas of expertise:

  • animal science and livestock management
  • agricultural economics
  • agronomy
  • horticulture
  • range management
  • soils and crops
  • wildlife and fisheries

Agricultural interns work side-by-side with agricultural consultants and researchers in the Noble Foundation Agricultural Division as well as participate in or conduct a research project specifically tailored to their interests and educational background. At the conclusion of the summer program, interns present their findings to the Noble Foundation agricultural and research community.

Agricultural interns earn approximately $4,800 for about a two and a half month program (taxes will be deducted from this amount automatically). Agricultural interns work 40 hours per week and payments are made semi-monthly.

The Noble Foundation is located in Ardmore, Oklahoma. The Noble Foundation provides excellent accommodations for all out-of-area agricultural interns.

APPLICATION DEADLINE
December 15, 2009

FOR MORE INFORMATION
http://www.noble.org/agintern/index.html