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A unique opportunity available to MJC agriculture students is the Modesto Junior College Agriculture Department Student Internship Resident Program! Through this program, students are offered housing and utilities in exchange for 12 hours of labor per week on one of the many farming enterprises of the program. Students in this program work closely with the faculty advisor for each particular agricultural enterprise and with the MJC Agricultural Operations Manager.
The Modesto Junior College West Campus Intern "Family" is created while students work and gain hands-on experience in the following agricultural areas:
|• Ag Business / Division Office||• Mechanized Ag Unit|
|• Beef Unit||• Nursery Unit|
|• Crops Unit (Orchard & Vineyard)||• Poultry Unit|
|• Dairy Unit||• Power Mechanics Unit|
|• Equine Unit||• Sheep Unit|
|• General West Campus||• Swine Unit|
Want to know more about the 2017-2018 West Campus Interns? Click on the below image:
Additionally, view the recruitment video below to learn more about what actual West Campus Interns and others reveal about this unique internship opportunity.
This unequaled program allows students to develop solid managerial and production skills within a specific agricultural enterprise while taking advantage of an affordable housing opportunity. Follow the below link to learn more about the numerous and diverse opportunities available.
Summer 2018 Faculty Advisor:
Mr. John Mendes
Fall 2018 Faculty Advisor:
Mr. Troy Gravatt
Application for 2018-2019 MJC Agriculture Internship Program has passed. Please check back in late fall for possible Spring 2019 internships, but also next spring for the following year.
Web Site Ag Home Page: www.mjc.edu/ag
Agriculture Division Office
MJC East Campus
435 College Ave.
Modesto, CA, 95350