Student Opportunities

Internships and the University Representative Program

BRIGHT FUTURES START WITH AG WORKERS

Whether you are a business major or in a degree program related to agriculture, AgWorkers offers two different opportunities to help get your career started:

  • Internships
  • University Representative Positions

We at AgWorkers strongly believe that young people are the key to the future, which is why we offer rewarding programs for college students and make huge donations to youth organizations such as 4-H and FFA.

BRIGHT FUTURES START WITH AG WORKERS

Whether you are a business major or in a degree program related to agriculture, AgWorkers offers two different opportunities to help get your career started:

  • Internships
  • University Representative Positions

We at AgWorkers strongly believe that young people are the key to the future, which is why we offer rewarding programs for college students and make huge donations to youth organizations such as 4-H and FFA.

INTERNSHIPS

As an intern at AgWorkers, you’ll gain hands-on experience and work shoulder-to-shoulder with some amazing people who offer valuable career insight. Interns will experience day-to-day activities in several different departments, including business development, marketing, claims resolutions, and policy services.

In our Intern Program, you can be part of a company that is making a difference in both the insurance industry and the agricultural community. Throughout the 12-week program, you’ll work on diverse projects encompassing the entire state of Texas, involving fantastic organizations such as VATAT, Go Texan, 4-H, FFA, and the State Fair of Texas. Our interns don’t just sit on the sidelines but are active and valued team members who help with projects of all sizes — from educating potential customers on our vast array of products to analyzing the latest data and working with outside support personnel.

The AgWorkers intern experience also reaches beyond your assigned tasks with community involvement, association conferences, and seminars to further your career development.

HOW TO APPLY

The AgWorkers Intern Program is an opportunity reserved only for students enrolled in a bachelor’s degree program, consolidated bachelor’s/master’s degree program, or master’s degree program. Applicants must be available on a full-time basis for a minimum of 10 weeks (12 weeks preferred) and must apply online during the fall semester prior to the start of the internship program.

2018 INTERNS

Wendy Carson
Tarleton State University
Business Major
Eric Montez
West Texas A & M
AG Major
Daisy Snipes
Texas Tech University
AG Major
Daisy Snipes
Texas Tech University
AG Major

UNIVERSITY REP PROGRAM

As a university representative, you will be the face of AgWorkers on your college campus!

Being a college rep gives you the opportunity to:

  • Jumpstart your career
  • Educate other college students about the importance of insurance — especially in the ag industry!

You will represent AgWorkers for an entire school year. You will responsible for going to various agriculture organization meetings and giving a short 15-30 minute talk using a PowerPoint presentation. These talks are to educate the staff and students about AgWorkers’ rich history in agriculture. You will report back on the 25th of each month with a list of contacts and quotes. Your pay will be based upon the contacts and quotes you bring in. Yes, you do get paid for being a college rep!

HOW TO APPLY

The University Rep Program is usually filled by students who come from designated faculty in the college of agriculture. However, if you feel that you would be a good fit for this position, click below to apply.

2018-19 UNIVERSITY REPS

Caitlin Wesneski

Sam Houston State University

Cameron Bates

Tarleton State University

Evan Berger

Texas A&M University

Ivy Harris

Texas A&M Commerce

Lauren Akers

Texas Tech University

Madeline Miller

Prairie View A&M University

Tyler Sebek

Tarleton State University

 

 

 

INTERNSHIPS

As an intern at AgWorkers, you’ll gain hands-on experience and work shoulder-to-shoulder with some amazing people who offer valuable career insight. Interns will experience day-to-day activities in several different departments, including business development, marketing, claims resolutions, and policy services.

In our Intern Program, you can be part of a company that is making a difference in both the insurance industry and the agricultural community. Throughout the 12-week program, you’ll work on diverse projects encompassing the entire state of Texas, involving fantastic organizations such as VATAT, Go Texan, 4-H, FFA, and the State Fair of Texas. Our interns don’t just sit on the sidelines but are active and valued team members who help with projects of all sizes — from educating potential customers on our vast array of products to analyzing the latest data and working with outside support personnel.

The AgWorkers intern experience also reaches beyond your assigned tasks with community involvement, association conferences, and seminars to further your career development.

HOW TO APPLY

The AgWorkers Intern Program is an opportunity reserved only for students enrolled in a bachelor’s degree program, consolidated bachelor’s/master’s degree program, or master’s degree program. Applicants must be available on a full-time basis for a minimum of 10 weeks (12 weeks preferred) and must apply online during the fall semester prior to the start of the internship program.

2018 INTERNS

Wendy Carson
Tarleton State University
Business Major
Eric Montez
West Texas A & M
AG Major
Daisy Snipes
Texas Tech University
AG Major
Daisy Snipes
Texas Tech University
AG Major

UNIVERSITY REP PROGRAM

As a university representative, you will be the face of AgWorkers on your college campus!

Being a college rep gives you the opportunity to:

  • Jumpstart your career
  • Educate other college students about the importance of insurance — especially in the ag industry!

You will represent AgWorkers for an entire school year. You will responsible for going to various agriculture organization meetings and giving a short 15-30 minute talk using a PowerPoint presentation. These talks are to educate the staff and students about AgWorkers’ rich history in agriculture. You will report back on the 25th of each month with a list of contacts and quotes. Your pay will be based upon the contacts and quotes you bring in. Yes, you do get paid for being a college rep!

HOW TO APPLY

The University Rep Program is usually filled by students who come from designated faculty in the college of agriculture. However, if you feel that you would be a good fit for this position, click below to apply.

2018-19 UNIVERSITY REPS

Caitlin Wesneski

Sam Houston State University

Cameron Bates

Tarleton State University

Evan Berger

Texas A & M University

Ivy Harris

Texas A&M Commerce

Lauren Akers

Texas Tech University

Madeline Miller

Prairie View A&M University

Tyler Sebek

Tarleton State University