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Ways of Learning: There's no substitute for hands-on experience!
In the College of Agricultural Sciences, an internship can make experience part of your OSU education. You can gain work experience in your field of interest and make some key contacts for your future. We can help you identify and arrange appropriate internships.
- Federal and Diversity Internships
- International Internships (IE3)
- Study Abroad and International Internships (IDEA)
Start envisioning what an internship can do for you!
Miriam Hawk, a senior in the College of Agricultural Sciences, visits a winery in Margaret River, Australia, after completing an an internship with Kim Crawford Wines in New Zealand. Miriam has used her internships as platforms to make connections within the wine industry,explore the world and learn about new cultures.
Grit and Glimmer: OSU Senior finds balance in the world's wine industry
Miriam Hawk is sitting in her workout clothes in OSU’s Department of Horticulture’s student lobby studying for winter midterms. Her laptop is open to show PowerPoint slides from a class lecture, a mostly finished enology paper, and her email account. The overflowing desktop, running tights, and full smile Hawk gives to other students coming through the lobby depict a life of someone both busy and balanced.
Hawk is a senior studying Viticulture and Enology in the College of Agricultural Sciences. This spring, after tossing her mortar board she’ll move to Livingston, California and begin a position with the E.&J. Gallo Winery, the world’s largest family owned winery and the largest exporter of California wines. Though Hawk is just 21, the job marks her fourth stint within the wine industry, and places her farther down her dream career path toward wine sales and marketing. It’s a path she started only four years ago. (Read more...)
Through the E.R. Jackman Friends and Alumni Internship Support Program, CAS also helps students by providing financial assistance to students in low-paying or volunteer internships.
- E.R. Jackman Friends and Alumni: Internship Support Program information and application
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Speak with your academic adviser or contact the Academic Programs office.