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Wisconsin Holstein Looking for Summer Intern

Wisconsin Holstein Looking for Summer Intern
Deadline to apply for internship is Nov. 15.

The Wisconsin Holstein Association is seeking a qualified college student looking to build their work portfolio and learn more about the registered Holstein industry to be a summer intern. 

The intern will represent the Wisconsin Holstein Association at numerous events throughout the summer months. The individual will gain valuable work experience that can be utilized in any industry such as event planning, public relations, web and print layout, database management, writing and interviewing skills.  

Wisconsin Holstein Looking for Summer Intern

The qualified candidate should have received their high school diploma, be enrolled in a two-year or four- year university, have strong communication and organizations skills, be self-motivated and willing to learn. It is not required to be majoring in an agriculture field but background in the dairy industry is preferred.  

The WHA summer intern will receive a salary for the summer months, mileage reimbursement and be based out of the office in Baraboo. Housing is not included with this internship, but WHA will assist in locating housing. The position will run approximately from May 26 through Aug. 19 with some weekends required.  

 To apply, submit the following materials by Nov.15 to [email protected] or mail to: WI Holstein Association, Summer Internship, 902 8th Ave., Baraboo, WI  53913. 
•A cover letter explaining why you would be the best fit for the position
•Resume including education, work experience and accomplishments
•Latest grade transcript 
•Two letters of reference 

For more information on the position visit the WHA website at or call the office at 1-800-223-4269.

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