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 2022, Heritage welcomed six interns who will spend the summer with one of our many divisions, including agronomy, retail, feed, grain, and marketing. Each intern is assigned a specific project intended to strengthen their skillsets, build their careers, and drive continued growth for the company. At the end of their internship in August, each intern will present 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 2022 Interns
Raegan is an Agricultural Communication & Community Leadership student at The Ohio State University.
Throughout her internship, Raegan is looking forward to gaining knowledge about utilizing social media in the livestock industry and making new connections at the shows. She is also excited to learn about the behind-the-scenes efforts that it takes to sell merchandise at retail stores and livestock shows.
Briana is a student at The University of Findlay studying Animal Science/Science with a specialization in animal nutrition.
Throughout her internship, Briana is most looking forward to understanding the grain process and seeing the very beginning of the animal feed industry. She is also excited to visit and learn more about other departments of Heritage Cooperative, specifically animal nutrition and the feed mill.
Macee is a student at The Ohio State University studying Agribusiness & Applied Economics.
Macee is looking forward to expanding her knowledge about the show supply industry and developing her sales and customer service skills.
Lindsey is a student at The Ohio State University studying Agricultural Communication.
Throughout her internship, Lindsey is looking forward to working hands-on with a broad range of marketing projects, traveling, networking amongst the different branch locations, and learning how Heritage Cooperative functions within each service division, specifically energy.
Brennan is a recent graduate from The Ohio State University. He was awarded his B.S. in Evolution and Ecology.
Brennan is excited about the opportunity to learn from his mentor and soak up information to apply it to his summer project and his role in the future. He is also looking forward to meeting with growers and other Heritage employees, listening to their stories, and building relationships.