Be sure to register with NDSU's Career Center to find more opportunities. More information is available on the NDSU Career Center page.
Students may gain practical work experience and may earn up to 6 credits through Internship or Cooperative Education. Students should register for AGEC 397 or ECON 397 through the NDSU Career Center Internship Program. See your advisor for details or contact Sara VandeStreek, Internship Coordinator at 701-231-7111.
Current Listings for Internship
USDA Rural Development, North Dakota Internship
E.W. Wylie Corporation - Intern
Progressive Ag Marketing, Commodity Broker Interhsip
National Cattlemen's Beef Association - Public Policy Internship
Anchor Ingredients - Merchandising Interns
Wensman Seed - Product Manager Internship
NDSU Extension - Intern Program
NDSU Extension Service Intern for Native American Students
NDSU Extension Service - Camp Counselor
Yucatan Farm Company - Farming Internship
Kilbourne Group - Accounting Intern
Kilbourne Group - Human Resources Assistant
Kilbourne Group - Marketing
Kilbourne Group - Office Support
Kilbourne Group - Communications Manager
American Crystal Sugar Company - Agriculture Internship
Cavalier Air Service - Ag Sales/Agronomy Position
National Rural Utilities - Agribusiness & Applied Economics Coop Internship
Scheresky - Crop Scout, Warehouse Assistant Manager
Cargill - Commodity Merchant Intern 2014
Embden Grain Company - Elevator Business
North Country Ag Services - UAV Crop Scouting Intern
Beltsville Agricultural Research Center - Internships
NDSU Extension Service - Intern Program for Native American Students
Jennie-O Turkey Store - Internship
ND Dept of Agriculture - Student Internship
T-T Ranch - Farm/Ranch Internship
CHS - Merchandising Intern
Bunge North America - Crop Scout Intern
The following employers are looking for students on an ongoing basis.
MAGNUM is an asset based logistics company located in Fargo, North Dakota. MAGNUM LOGISTICS, our logistics division utilizes our truckload, LTL and warehousing divisions along with services of other companies developed through strategic alliances to create innovative solutions for partners in North America.
This is an opportunity to learn with a rapidly growing third party logistics company that utilizes state of the art systems, electronic commerce and creativity to develop unique solutions for our customers.
POSITION DESCRIPTION: Logistics Intern
DUTIES: Work on special projects as directed. Projects include lane analysis, carrier analysis, bid packages and load activity reporting.
QUALIFICATIONS: We prefer an individual working towards a degree in Logistics, Industrial Technology or Business Administration. You should be comfortable using PC's in a windows based environment.
HOURS: This is a part time position (3 to 4 hours) per day. The hours can be flexible to meet your schedule. Our working hours are 7:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Summer positions are also available.
If you are interested in a position that will provide an excellent introduction to the Logistics and transportation industry as well as use your computer and analytical skills, call Loren Haagenson @701-297-6332 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
1817 Great Northern Drive, P.O. Box 2023 Fargo, ND 58107-2023
Listserv for Possible Internships
Here is the listserv for possible internships through the Communication Department at NDSU, College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences. If an Agriculture major is also studying communication, they may be interested.
Address e-mail to:
In the body of the e-mail include just one line:
SUBSCRIBE NDSU-COMM-INTERNS yourfirstname yourlastname
The contact person coordinating these internships is Julie Gowin
Agribusiness and Applied Economics majors can enroll for one semester or a summer session for Agribusiness and AgEc 496 credits (up to five credits) during their Junior or Senior year when working with an approved organization. The academic credits are granted for academic performance in conjunction with an organized work experience rather than work experience per se and do count toward the 128 credits required for graduation. See "Guidelines for Agribusiness and Applied Economics 496 Field Experience Program" for details.