Heritage is proud to play a role in the future of our industry by offering internships to motivated young professionals interested in learning more about our business. The Heritage Cooperative internship program offers a wide range of hands-on opportunities that facilitate learning and growth for future leaders of agriculture.
In May 2023, Heritage welcomed four interns who spent the summer with one of our many divisions, including agronomy, retail, feed, grain, and marketing. Each intern was assigned specific projects intended to strengthen their skillsets, build their careers, and drive continued growth for the company. At the end of their internship in July, each intern presented the projects they worked on throughout the summer to the Heritage leadership team. We value the meaningful work and insight our interns provide, as we are committed to continuous improvement.
Meet Our 2023 Interns
Sidney is a student at the University of Kentucky studying Agricultural Ecosystem Sciences.
During her internship, Sidney is excited to expand her knowledge of the agriculture industry, working for the first time in grain operations. She hopes to network and gain experiences she can use to benefit Heritage and launch her future career.
Landon is a student at The Ohio State University studying Sustainable Agriculture.
During his internship, Landon is most looking forward to working with Heritage’s agricultural drones as he serves farmers in the region. He hopes to learn more about fertilizers and potentially earn his drone certification.
Zane is a student at The Ohio State University studying Agricultural Systems Management.
This summer, Zane hopes to establish an understanding of how Heritage operates day-to-day with the help of our grain merchandisers. He’s excited to learn from, and assist, his grain team with all things grain marketing.
Christian is a student at The Ohio State University studying Agricultural Systems Management.
During his summer, Christian is most thrilled to learn from the Crop Advantage team what it means to work in Ag Tech at Heritage. He is also excited to assist farmers through his work with drones.