Michigan Farm Bureau is hiring!
The MFB Family of Companies is accepting applications for a trio of agriculture-based summer internships. Applications are being accepted at the FB Careers Center. Position responsibilities and qualifications vary and are detailed in each posting.
Farm Bureau internships are highly sought-after and promise a rewarding leadership and skill-building experience.
“My time as an intern for Michigan Farm Bureau has been the most rewarding and educational experience, and I fully recommend applying,” said Kassie Acker, MFB’s current Ag in the Classroom intern. “I can wholeheartedly say being a part of the Family of Companies has provided me with countless resources, skills and connections in and out of the agriculture industry that I can take with me in my future careers.”
Public Policy & Commodity Division
Students interested in farm policy, politics and the legislative process can apply for an internship with MFB’s Public Policy & Commodity Division team.
The workload includes a variety of opportunities including assisting with local event planning, developing communication material, providing input on issue-based programming and more.
Education & Leadership Development Programs
Students passionate about agriculture education and leadership development can apply to work with MFB staff who carry out the organization’s Promotion & Education, Young Farmer and High School & Collegiate programs.
This internship includes responsibilities related to agriculture statistics and fact research, Agriculture in the Classroom lesson plan development, event coordination, communication and more. The position may also work on projects for the Michigan Foundation for Agriculture and the Michigan Ag Council.
With eight openings, the agricultural insurance internship is perfect for students interested in learning how Farm Bureau Insurance works to protect Michigan farms of all kinds and sizes through its farm and crop insurance products.
Students will work with staff experts in departments including claims, crop insurance, marketing, membership, and underwriting. Interns will engage in business projects and deliver a capstone about their experience to company leadership.