Gain Meaningful, Professional and Career-Focused Experience

The Nebraska Pork Producers Association is accepting applications for participants in the highly-valued Internship Program.

The application deadline is September 25, 2017. Interested students should submit their resume, cover letter and three references to Kyla Habrock via email: kyla@nepork.org.

2017 Interns Katherine Mundorf, Sarah Morton, and Kate Likens with Kyla Habrock, Youth Education Director for the Nebraska Pork Producers Association

The Internship Program with the Nebraska Pork Producers Association will provide hands-on learning opportunities for college-age students. The Nebraska Pork Producers Association will work with each Intern to establish a Program of Work which is challenging and yields achievable results, while matching strengths and interests of the individual with specific needs for the pork industry. Ultimately, the Program of Work will be designed to address the priorities of and will return value to the pork industry, while providing a meaningful, professional and career-focused experience for each Intern.

The Nebraska Pork Producers Association has identified the following priority areas for students participating in the Internship Program:

  • Communications
  • Consumer Outreach
  • Data and Logistics
  • Grassroots Development and Engagement
  • Youth Education

The Internship Program with the Nebraska Pork Producers Association is set to begin October 15, 2017, and set to conclude October 15, 2018. However, there is the possibility that an internship can be tailored to fit alternate time-frames.

Interns will be considered temporary employees of the Nebraska Pork Producers Association. It is expected that an Intern will work at least 10 hours a week during the fall and spring semesters, and up to 40 hours a week during the summer.

Interns will earn $10.60 an hour and will not receive any additional employee benefits. Some travel is required. The Nebraska Pork Producers Association will provide a vehicle or mileage reimbursement when driving is required.

Interns will work in the Nebraska Pork Producers Association Office.
7441 O Street, Suite 104
Lincoln, NE 68510

Interested students should submit their resume, cover letter and three references to Kyla Habrock via email: kyla@nepork.org by September 25, 2017.