posted on Tuesday, June 16, 2020 in Central Region News
AMVC Management Services recently welcomed thirteen college students to the company for summer internships. The students hail from six different universities and will be spending their summer gaining knowledge and hands-on experience in many areas of hog farming.
AMVC offers two tracks for their internship program. Most of the students based on-farm and are in the introduction internship track, Swine Time 101. This program gives students hands-on production experience on a commercial sow farm. The other track is for advanced swine students, who are working on specialized projects and traveling to numerous AMVC farms.
Throughout the summer, the students will network with AMVC staff and veterinarians, complete projects and expand their knowledge base of the swine industry.
“We are excited to welcome these students to the team as they will provide great value to the farms. We look forward to seeing them grow professionally and see their knowledge and skill base expand throughout the summer,” said Katie Schimmel, AMVC internship coordinator and recruiter.
2020 Summer interns:
Megan Bixby – Iowa State University
Brynn Mueller – Iowa State University
Olivia Randolph- University of Kentucky
Destiny Trefz- Wilmington College
Annie Wallin – Iowa State University
Allison Blomme – Kansas State University
Bailey Ward – Ohio State University
Taylor Jansen – Purdue University
AMVC is proud to be educating and hosting eight summer interns across their swine production system. The students’ internships will conclude on July 31.
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