Accepting Applications for ACRE Internships

Jan. 4, 2017
The Agronomic Crop Research Experience (ACRE) is a summer internship committed to providing a hands-on training experience to undergraduate students in a diversity of agronomic disciplines. Interns are placed in county offices throughout the state and work closely with local county educators and state specialists to support on-farm research and extension activities.
 
The program operates through the Ohio State University Agronomic Crops Team with the three goals of training the next-generation of agronomists, empowering locally-directed on-farm research, and identifying solutions to critical agronomic issues in Ohio.  
 

Now Accepting Applications for 2017 Summer OSU ACRE Interns 

The Ohio State University Agronomic Crops Team is now accepting applications for 2017 Summer ACRE interns. The Agronomic Crop Research Experience (ACRE) program seeks to provide a rich training experience to undergraduate students in a wide diversity of disciplines related to agronomic crop research. Interns will support on-farm research by being placed in strategic hubs throughout the state. Students will gain real-world experience in scouting, sampling and evaluating agronomic crops in Ohio. Undergraduates, graduating seniors and incoming OSU graduate students are welcome to apply. 
 
The internships are paid, full-time summer positions lasting 12-14 weeks.
Applications are due January 13th, 2017. 
 
For more information: go.osu.edu/acre
 
 
Contact: Steve Culman, culman.2@osu.edu